Resumption of regular flights between Saudi Arabia and Iraq
The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) in Saudi Arabia confirmed the resumption of regular flights between Saudi Arabia and Iraq with fixed weekly flights. Trending : Saudi Arabia condemns Israeli occupation forces entry into Al Aqsa mosque
The resumption of flights between Saudi Arabia and Iraq comes as a result of the continuous efforts made by Saudi-Iraqi Coordination Council, with the support and guidance of Saudi Crown Prince and Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman.
– This is to enhance economic and investment relations and develop trade exchange between Saudi Arabia and Iraq. Which would contribute to facilitating the movement of travelers, tourists, pilgrims and Umrah performers between the two brotherly countries.
– The first direct scheduled regular flights between Saudi Arabia and Iraq landed at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah today. Flynas flight XY612 with 174 people on board touched down in Jeddah this morning from Erbil, Iraq. Most Viewed : Japan tourist visa is now available to Saudi citizens and expatriates
– Flynas will begin operating direct, routine flights between Jeddah and Erbil, Iraq, departing twice weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays. These flights will be the first of the month. other airlines, including Flyadeal and Saudi Airlines (Saudia), to start in May.
– The General Authority of Civil Aviation intends to increase air connectivity to 250 destinations to and from the Saudi airports, and to reach 330 million passengers, and increase the air cargo capacity to 4.5 million tons by 2030 as part of its national strategy for the aviation industry. Like and Follow Saudi Expatriates on Facebook