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| 19 November, 2017

Saudia to increase capacity to LA for holiday season

The aircraft of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah arrives Berlin's Tegel airport. Image for illustrative purpose.

The aircraft of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah arrives Berlin's Tegel airport. Image for illustrative purpose.

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The route is operated with a Boeing 777-300ER in a tri-class configuration featuring the new Saudia first-suites

Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) will add new capacity on the Los Angeles route with two new flights from Riyadh starting Dec. 1 until the end of January 2018.
Currently, a thrice-weekly service operates on the Riyadh-Jeddah-Los Angeles route. The additional capacity will take the service up to five times per week, providing increased seat availability for students, families and holidaymakers traveling between the two cities. On the return course, three flights will operate the Los Angeles-Jeddah-Riyadh route, with two flights per week nonstop to Riyadh.
The route is operated with a Boeing 777-300ER in a tri-class configuration featuring the new Saudia first-suites (12 suites) and 36 seats in business class — both premium seating arrangements are in a 1-2-1 layout providing every seat with aisle access. In economy class, 242 seats are available.
Saudia flights to the US also feature WiFi access and a wide range of entertainment options including more than 3,500 hours of movies, programs, games and more.
The airline said the flights are open for purchase and can be booked on the Saudia mobile app, through a travel agent, or its website.
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