Jeddah: Saudi Arabia’s National carrier Saudia Airlines announces resumption of services to 33 destinations so far.
In a statement Saudia Airlines announced in twitter said: SAUDIA announces for permitted travelers the international flights’ resumption schedule for 33 destinations so far
According to the statement Saudia Airlines to operate to below destinations follows
1, Middle East. – Abu Dhabi, Amman, Bahrain, Beirut, Dubai , Kuwait
2, Asia – Delhi, Dhaka, Guangzhou, Islamabad, Jakarta, Karachi, Kochi, Kuala lumpur, Lahore, Manila, Multan, Mumbai, Peshawar
3, Africa – Addis Ababa, Alexandria, Cair, Khartoum, Nairobi, Tunis,
4, Europe and US – Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Istanbul, London, Madrid, Milan, Paris, Washington
Saudia Airlines also said, guests are advised to visit ‘travel guidelines and requirements due to COVID-19’ on Saudi.com
Flights are subject to availability, all Saudia’s International flights from/to Jeddah will operate from T1.
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