Aden Adde International Airport Somalia
Aden Adde International Airport (Somali: Garoonka Caalamiga Ee Aadan Cadde, Arabic: مطار آدم عدي الدولي) (IATA: MGQ, ICAO: HCMM), formerly known as Mogadishu International Airport, is an international airport serving Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia. It is named after Aden Abdullah Osman Daar, the first President of Somalia.
Originally a modest-sized airport, the facility grew considerably in size in the post-independence period after numerous successive renovation projects. With the outbreak of the civil war in 1991, Aden Adde International’s flight services experienced routine disruptions. However, with the security situation in Mogadishu greatly improved in the late 2010-2011 period, large-scale rehabilitation of the grounds’ infrastructure and services once again resumed. By early 2013, the airport had restored most of its facilities and introduced several new features, with further upgrades in the works.