Saudi Arabian Airlines News

ATM 2016: Saudi Arabian Airlines to boost Los Angeles flights

ATM 2016: Saudi Arabian Airlines to boost Los Angeles flights

23rd Apr 2016 Airline News

Saudi Arabian Airlines will increase its flights between Saudi Arabia and Los Angeles from three departures a week to five from June 1st. This is in anticipation of increased demand during the peak season and in keeping with its continued expansion in its services in North America and elsewhere.

Saudia flies nonstop Los Angeles to Riyadh

Saudia flies nonstop Los Angeles to Riyadh

9th Aug 2015 Airline News

Saudi Arabian Airlines has launched nonstop flights from the US West Coast to the Riyadh. The Saudi flag carrier launched its Los Angeles to Jeddah nonstop service last year, on March 31, 2014, starting with 3 flights a week and currently at 5 flights weekly during the summer peak season.

Saudia resumes direct flight to Manchester are five year hiatus

Saudia resumes direct flight to Manchester are five year hiatus

3rd Apr 2014 Airline News

Manchester Airport has welcomed its first direct flight from Jeddah for over five years, as Saudia’s inaugural flight touched down at Terminal Two. The new route, which will operate three times a week, will be a great asset to businesses in the region and Saudi Arabia, plus it will also be incredibly beneficial to Greater Manchester’s Muslim community during festivals such as Hajj.

Saudi Arabian Airlines signs partnership with Boeing

Saudi Arabian Airlines signs partnership with Boeing

20th Feb 2014 Airline News

Boeing and Saudi Arabian Airlines Holding have signed a broad collaboration agreement allowing the companies to pursue possible partnership opportunities in the areas of defence and commercial aviation that will benefit customers and generate new business in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. “We are pleased to sign this collaboration agreement with Boeing to support the transformation process Saudia is going through, and hope both Saudia and Boeing will get the anticipated commercial, economic and social benefits out of such collaboration,” said Khalid Almolhem, director general, Saudi Arabian Airlines.

Boeing and Saudi Arabian Airlines sign agreement

Boeing and Saudi Arabian Airlines sign agreement

8th Feb 2014 Airline News

Boeing and Saudi Arabian Airlines Holding have signed a broad collaboration agreement allowing the companies to pursue possible partnership opportunities in the areas of defence and commercial aviation that will benefit customers and generate new business in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. “We are pleased to sign this collaboration agreement with Boeing to support the transformation process Saudia is going through, and hope both Saudia and Boeing will get the anticipated commercial, economic and social benefits out of such collaboration,” said Khalid Almolhem, director general, Saudi Arabian Airlines.

Saudi Airlines to return to Manchester

Saudi Airlines to return to Manchester

16th Jan 2014 Airline News

Saudi Airlines, the national carrier for Saudi Arabia, has announced a return to Manchester Airport with a direct route between Manchester and Jeddah starting in March 2014. Flights will commence three times a week from April 2014.

Saudia applies for Route Exchange access

Saudia applies for Route Exchange access

6th Sep 2012 Airline News

Route Exchange, the online platform for air service development, has announced the commencement of a Request for Proposal from Saudia, who are using the facility to support their network growth. The national airline of Saudi Arabia, based at Jeddah-King Abdulaziz International Airport, operates domestic and international scheduled flights to over 70 destinations in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe and North America.

Saudi Arabian Airlines links with Kenya Airways

Saudi Arabian Airlines links with Kenya Airways

30th Mar 2012 Airline News

Saudi Arabian Airlines has entered into a codeshare agreement with Kenya Airways, a move that will strengthen each other’s presence in their respective countries. The codesharing arrangement will cover the Nairobi-Jeddah route along which Kenya Airways launched flights in October last year, targeting the growing passenger traffic between Kenya and Saudi Arabia.