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SAUDIA surpasses more than seven million followers on social media

Posted 29 January 2018 · Add Comment

Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA) recently surpassed the one million mark on Twitter and has more than five million five hundred thousand fans on Facebook, and over half a million followers on Google+.

In addition to Facebook and Twitter, the airline is also active on Instagram, Snapchat, Telegram and YouTube. 

With many recent milestones reached last year, including SAUDIA being named the ‘World’s Most Improved Airline 2017’ by Skytrax, the airline reaching its highest ever passenger count at more than 32 million guests flown last year; inducting 60 brand new Boeing and Airbus aircraft in its fleet; launching a new mobile app; introducing new destinations; new sports sponsorship agreements, and many more developments shared across its networks.

The result has been an exponential growth in its follower base, making SAUDIA the number one most followed brand on Facebook in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the 6th most followed airline brand globally.

Vice President of Corporate Communications Saudi Arabian Airlines, Abdulrahman Altayeb said:  “With many new exciting initiatives taking place within the airline, we are continuously focusing on the guest experience and as a result, have been sharing every new development online so that our guests can view the changes that SAUDIA is implementing,”

Altayeb added: “We value our guests’ views and interactions with SAUDIA’s online channels, and so in addition to sharing news about upcoming destinations, new aircraft and new features being introduced, we also utilize our channels to listen to feedback and monitor for issues and intervene with customer care and support.”

 

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