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Saudia's fleet consists of A319s, A320s, A321s, A330s, B77s, 787s and Embraer ERJ-170. In March 2016, Saudia launched new direct flights to the Maldives. Saudia is a member of the Arab Air Carriers Organisation.
The company said the record was attained after it launched the biggest operation in its history within its strategy for the summer which began on June 7 and will continue until Sept. 7.
Under this strategy, Saudia will operate more than 56,000 domestic and international flights with a capacity of more than 12 million seats in addition to the Haj, Umrah and extra flights during the same period which will together have a combined capacity of about two million seats.
Director General Saleh Bin Nasser Al-Jasir said the unprecedented operations in a single day was not a fluke but the result of an accumulated work and collective efforts by all the teams involved.
"This is a new achievement which will be added to the accomplishments of the national carrier and is at the same time an incentive to further improve performance," he said.
Jassir revealed that by the year 2020, Saudia will have a fleet of 200 aircraft of various models to cater to the needs and options of the passengers.
The director general on Monday inspected the lounges of King Abdulaziz International Airport including the platforms to serve the guests and the locations of the stationed security forces and people of special needs.
He asked the heads of the operational sectors and the support companies to be present in the field to provide the best of services to the passengers.
Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) has restarted flights to Austrian capital Vienna eight years after suspending the route.
The airline began operating the four-time-weekly route from the King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah via the King Khalid Airport in Riyadh to Vienna from June 16.
The service will be operated by a two-class Airbus A320, with the journey time under five and a half hours, a statement said.
“Saudia is pleased to be re-introducing Vienna to the airline’s global destination route map after a stop in services in 2010,” said Abdulrahman Altayeb, vice president, corporate communications said earlier this year.
“Vienna joins a range of other new routes to launch this summer season, and is a city that is popular with travellers both for leisure and business.”
The carrier, which began flights to Moscow on June 12 – just ahead of the FIFA World Cup in Russia – also said it increased the number of daily flights to Russia to four for the first week of the tournament.
Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia), have managed to see off Bangladeshi passengers who have been stranded in Jeddah following a technical fault in the aircraft carrying them. The Saudia flight between Madinah and Dhaka was forced to make an emergency landing at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah on Monday due to a nose gear malfunction. The airline dealt with the passengers very well, evacuating the passengers and crew. The flight reservations were honoured today and all passengers have left Jeddah to go to their desired destination.
According to Gulf News, a number of countries' citizens are now eligible for electronic tourist visas. The list of countries eligible include the 25 European Schengen signatories, Japan, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Australia, South Korea and South Africa. The issuance of the electronic visas is set to commence in the up coming weeks and should have a direct impact on the ease of journey for many Saudia passengers in the future.
A new city terminal for passengers travelling on state-run Saudi Airlines (Saudia) is set to open at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah on Wednesday. The new check-in facility, located outside the airport on Prince Saud Al-Faisal Street, allows passengers travelling from Jeddah with Saudia to check-in for their flight, drop baggage and then proceed directly to airport security checks.
The city terminal, with five check-in counters, aims to cut waiting times for passengers in queues and is the first of its kind to be opened outside the airport. After it opens on Wednesday, the terminal will operate from 10am to 6pm during week days, Mansour Al-Otaibi, public relations manager of Saudia said.
Saudia will operate flights from Jeddah barely two weeks after Saudi budget carrier flynas made the first commercial flight from Riyadh to Baghdad since 1990. State-owned Saudi Arabian Airlines will launch its first flight to Baghdad in 27 years on Monday, state media said, amid a thaw in ties between the Arab neighbours. State-owned Saudi Arabian Airlines will launch its first flight to Baghdad in 27 years on Monday, state media said, amid a thaw in ties between the Arab neighbours.
The airline, also known as Saudia, will depart from the Red Sea city of Jeddah barely two weeks after Saudi budget carrier flynas made the first commercial flight from Riyadh to Baghdad since 1990. "Saudi Arabian Airlines will inaugurate regular flights between the kingdom and Iraq after an interruption of 27 years," the official Saudi Press Agency reported on Sunday. "The resumption of flights is in line with growing ties between the two brotherly countries." Flights between Iraq and Saudi Arabia were suspended in August 1990 after former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein ordered his troops into neighbouring Kuwait.
After years of tense relations, ties between Sunni-ruled Saudi Arabia and Shiite-majority Iraq have begun looking up in recent months. Earlier this month Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and Saudi King Salman held the first meeting of the joint Saudi-Iraqi coordination council, which is aimed at upgrading strategic ties. Iraq is seeking economic benefits from closer ties with Riyadh as both countries suffer from a protracted oil slump. Saudi Arabia is also seeking to counter Iranian influence in Iraq. Private carrier flynas, in which Saudi billionaire Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal holds a 34-percent stake, also plans to expand its routes from Saudi airports to major cities across Iraq.
Saudi Arabian Airlines commenced flights between Jeddah (JED) and Mauritius (MRU) on 14 September. The 5,090-kilometre link will be flown by the SkyTeam member three times weekly on its fleet of 787-9s, with no other carrier operating direct competition.
“We hope that business between Mauritius and Saudi Arabia will grow and be sustainable. This will obviously improve trade and tourism between the two countries,” said Nasser Al Jasser, DG of Saudi Arabian Airlines. Jeddah becomes the second destination in the Middle East served non-stop from Mauritius, with the other being Dubai, a route which Emirates operates twice-daily on its A380s.
Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA), has received a 4-star rating from the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) during an Award Ceremony at the Long Beach Convention Center on Monday, September 25, 2017. The Award Ceremony was held as part of the Apex Expo 2017, attended by more than 3,000 airline industry professionals including executives from 100 airlines, content providers, Original Equipment Manufacturers, systems manufacturers and others.
The Apex Airline Ratings are based on passengers’ verified feedback, referred to as The Official Airline Ratings. Commenting on the recent Four-star rating by APEX, Saudi Arabian Airlines Director General, His Excellency Eng. Saleh bin Nasser Al-Jasser said: “Our team is dedicated to providing the highest standard of services to each of our guests. We have introduced a range of new products and technological enhancements, making it even more seamless and convenient to experience flying with SAUDIA.”
APEX derived the ratings by collecting verified itineraries validated by geo-location and certified by external auditors. SAUDIA was one of 470 airlines subjected to passenger ratings. Receiving the 4-Star plaque from Apex on behalf of SAUDIA was Musaed Almusaed, SAUDIA Manager USA, Mexico and South America. Apex CEO Joe Leader and Apex Awards Master of Ceremonies Brian Kelly, CEO of The Points Guy, presented the plaque. SAUDIA flies more than 30 million passengers a year to more than 87 destinations worldwide on the latest widebody jets including B777-300s, B787-900 Dreamliners, Airbus A-330s and A320s.
The airline recently introduced three new routes on its global route map, to Multan (Pakistan); Port Sudan (Sudan); Mauritius and will start flying to Trivandrum from October 1st – the airline’s eighth route in India. In the USA, SAUDIA flies nonstop to Saudi Arabia (Jeddah and Riyadh) daily from New York JFK International and Washington Dulles (IAD) and three times weekly from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
On September 14, Saudia Airlines will begin scheduled flights between Riyadh and Mauritius, with a one hour stop in Jeddah. The three-times weekly service will be operated with a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner , providing in-flight entertainment and connectivity system, which includes over 2,500 hours of movies, television shows, games, music and more.
Marking the airline’s third destination for this year and its 87th overall, Mauritius provides a variety of attractions including marine and eco-tourism ventures and it is an ideal destination for both couples and families. H.H. Saleh bin Nasser Al-Jasser, director general, Saudia Airlines, noted that as a full-service carrier, the airlines is committed to offering is customer an extensive selection of both business and leisure destinations.
Saudia is the only airline flying daily non-stop between the Kingdom and China, flying its state-of-the-art Boeing 777 between Jeddah and Guangzhou (CAN) — the hub of China Southern Airlines. Both Saudia and China Southern Airlines are members of the SkyTeam alliance. The new agreement now enables guests traveling with Saudia to Guangzhou to connect onwards to the cities of Beijing (PEK), Shanghai (PVG) and Wuhan (WUH).
Passengers flying with China Southern Airlines (CZ) will be able to access the Saudia network from Guangzhou, transiting through Dubai. The new codeshare enables guests traveling for business or leisure, to benefit from a single ticket reservation and onward baggage check-in all the way through to their final destination.
Saudia Airlines announced it was to launch its first direct flight from Jeddah to the Pakistani city of Multan from Saturday 1st April. Eight weekly round-trip flights have been scheduled.
The carrier is continuously developing its international operational plan with the aim of increasing its share in the international flight sector, and achieving new records in carrying pilgrims.
The company has finalized the creation of its office at the new destination. The first flight SV800 will take off at 02:50 from Jeddah and arrive at Multan Airport 09:30 Pakistan time. Flights to Multan — the airline’s fifth direct-flight destination in Pakistan after Peshawar, Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad — will be on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.
King Abdulaziz International Airport
One of the busiest airports in Saudi Arabia with passenger and cargo flights. The airport is hub for Saudia and Flynas. Airlines that fly from and to King Abdulaziz International Airport include Aegean, Air Algerie, British Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Egypt Air, Flydubai, Garuda Indonesia and Turkish Airlines.
SkyTeam Alliance is a leading global airline network, with 20 member airlines. SkyTeam alliance was founded in 2000 and now consists of member airlines such as Aerolineas Argentinas, AeroMexico, Air Europa, China Southern, Alitalia, China Airlines, Delta, Garuda Indonesia, Kenya Airways, KLM and others. SkyTeam Alliance network has nearly 16,323 daily flights, with 1,052 destinations in 177 countries.
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Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA) is in its 72nd year of operations and is a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO).
At the 2017 Skytrax Awards held at the Paris Air Show in June, SAUDIA was awarded “World’s Most Improved Airline” of the year. The award recognizes an airline’s growth and improvement across a number of categories, in a single year.
The airline currently operates a fleet of 141 narrow and widebody Airbus and Boeing aircraft, and is the Global Launch Operator of the Airbus A330-300 Regional.
SAUDIA joined the SKYTEAM alliance in 2012 and is one of 20 member airlines. The airline has 11 codeshare partners including: Garuda Indonesia, China Southern Airlines, Air France, Royal Air Maroc, Alitalia, Korean Airlines, KLM, Middle East Airlines, Aeroflot, Air Europa and Oman Air.