The Setif International Airport, or sometimes called the Ain Arnat Airport, is the primary airport that services the city of Setif in Algeria. It is located some 14km from the city centre, and is a relatively small airport with only one asphalt runway measuring some 2,400m. The airport was initially opened in 1945 and is flying to local and international destinations such as Basel, Mulhouse, Lyon, Marseille, Paris (Orly), Algiers, and Constantine. If planning on a trip to Algeria and Setif, there are alternative airports that travellers may visit and arrive on aside from the Setif International Airport since the above-mentioned only has a limited number of destinations and departures. Visitors may opt to check out the Soummam-Abane Ramdane Airport in Bejaia, or the Houari Boumediene Airport in Algiers. Incidentally, travellers may also land through the Oued Irara-Krim Belkacem Airport if travelling around the boundaries of Algeria because the said airport receives the most number of domestic passengers in the country.