Saudia resumes international flights through 43 stations

Saudi Airlines will operate 153 scheduled flights every week from Riyadh, and 178 flights from Jeddah

  
Saudi airline. Image courtesy Dubai Media Office Twitter handle. Imgae used for illustrative purpose

Saudi airline. Image courtesy Dubai Media Office Twitter handle. Imgae used for illustrative purpose

Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia), the flag carrier of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, has resumed its international flights through 43 international stations in 30 destinations, reported Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

The move comes after the Ministry of Interior's decision to lift the suspension of citizens' travel outside the Kingdom came into effect.

Saudi Airlines confirmed that it will operate 153 scheduled flights every week from Riyadh, and 178 flights from Jeddah.

Furthermore, the resumption of the first international flights departing from the Kingdom will be from Riyadh to Hyderabad, and from Jeddah to Dhaka. As for its first international flights coming to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, it will be the Cairo flight to Riyadh and the Jakarta flight to Jeddah.

Saudi Airlines also confirmed its readiness to operate its flights to 71 stations out of 95 stations, of which 28 are domestic and 43 international destinations, and that flights to and from Jeddah will be operated from Terminal 1 at King Abdulaziz Airport.

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