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Saudi Arabian Airlines increases key leisure destinations

Posted 17 July 2017 · Add Comment

Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) increased capacity on a number of key international leisure destinations across its route network.

From now until mid-September, flights to Geneva are available double-daily; Manchester and Munich have an additional two flights per week, taking them up to daily services respectively. The Los Angeles sector has an additional two flights added, taking it up to a five-times-weekly service.

The Cairo route, operating nonstop from five airports within the kingdom (Abha, Dammam, Riyadh, Madinah and Jeddah) has received a 30 per cent increase in the total number of flights, compared to the regular scheduled services.

Both Airbus and Boeing narrow and widebody aircraft will be deployed on the routes receiving the additional capacity.

VP Network & Revenue Management at Saudi Arabian Airlines, Khalid Albassam said: “The increase in flights is in direct response to heightened summer travel demand, and we are pleased to offer our guests additional flexibility and convenience during the holidays.”

He added: “Saudia offers seamless travel options, with nearly all flights operating non-stop from Jeddah and Riyadh to key destinations around the world.

 

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