Emirates has deployed three additional flights to Riyadh to support the influx of travelers to and from the Kingdom over the National Day weekend.
Conveniently scheduled so travelers can make the most of the celebrations, the additional flights will depart Dubai International Airport on 20 September, 21 September and 24 September. All flights will be operated on Boeing 777 aircraft and will run in parallel to Emirates’ existing schedule to the Kingdom.
Connecting travelers from the Kingdom to over 140 destinations on its vast global network via its hub in Dubai, Emirates offers onwards connectivity to North America, Southern Africa and Europe. Renowned for providing a full service offering onboard, Emirates offers passengers regional gourmet meals and over 6,500 channels of on-demand entertainment, including over 135 hours of Shahid Original content, exclusively on ice.
Emirates has been serving the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia since 1989, flying to four gateways, Riyadh, Jeddah, Medina, Dammam, with 67 flights a week. The airline’s ongoing commitment to Saudi Arabia was reinforced by its role as the main sponsor of the King Salman Cup 2023 earlier this summer, celebrating its passion for football with the fanbase of the 16 top-tier regional clubs from across the Arab World.
For more information or to book tickets, travellers can visit www.emirates.com/sa, travel agents or contact the local Emirates Sales Office.