Saudi Airlines announced to start flights to 25 new airports

Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) has said that it will start flights to 25 more airports in three continents this year.

According to Al-Ughal website, Al-Saudia has listed on its website the airports for which new flights are being started.

These include Beijing, Birmingham, Dar es Salaam, Chattogram, Djibouti, Lisbon, Kano, Baghdad, Gatwick, Nice, Milga, Meknes, Sharm el-Sheikh, Baku, Izmir, Sarajevo and Cyprus.

Al-Saudia says that 39 new Boeing aircraft and ten other aircraft have been added to the air fleet.

Al-Saudia Director General Engineer Ibrahim Al-Omar said that a target of 250 airports has been set for direct flights from the Kingdom, the addition of new airports is part of the same program.

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