According to the reports, the attack was conducted using a Yemeni-made, long-range ballistic missile called the "Burqan 2H".
Despite thousands of airstrikes and a blockade of Yemen from the sea and air, the Saudi-led coalition has failed to push the Houthis out, although it does claim to have reduced the territory the rebels control. Saudi Arabia's Civil Aviation Authority said the missile did not cause any damage to the King Khalid International Airport and that flights were not disrupted.
Government forces repelled several attacks by Houthi rebels and allied forces of former president Ali Abdullah Saleh in the province over the past 24 hours, military spokesman Col. Abdul-Basit al-Bahr told Anadolu Agency.
"This hostile and random act by the Houthis proves that one of the terrorism-supporting countries in the region supports the Houthis", the statement said.
A Saudi military spokesman condemned the attack in a statement, saying the missile was sacked "indiscriminately" toward a populated civilian area.
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The UN Human Rights Office documented 13,829 civilian casualties in Yemen, including 5,110 people killed, from the beginning of the fighting into late August. Another airstrike days earlier destroyed a hotel on the outskirts of Sanaa, leaving dozens dead.
The explosion occurred in one of the terminals of the worldwide airport king Khalid, 35 km from Riyadh.
Saudi Arabia said the missile was shot down by its air defense forces, with fragments of the missile landing in an uninhabited area north of the capital.
"This is not the end".