Riyadh Air flights to connect with 100 destinations

Riyadh Air flights to connect Saudi Arabia with 100 destinations


Today, Monday, aviation expert Moataz Al Meera revealed that the launch of “Riyadh Air” will connect the capital city Riyadh with over 100 cities around the world. Related : Saudi Arabia introduces new brand airline Riyadh Air

“This comes due to the Kingdom’s distinction in its strategic location that connects the three continents of Asia, Africa, and Europe,” Al-Meera stated during an interview with Al-Ekhbariya channel.

– Riyadh Air unveiled its visual identity and the first category of its fleet’s exterior designs, which are inspired by the lavender color of the Boeing.

– During a celebration held Today at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, the Minister of Transport and Logistics Eng. Saleh bin Nasser Al-Jasser, President of the General Authority of Civil Aviation Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al-Duailej, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and other dignitaries were present.

– The aircraft flew low above the capital city of Riyadh, passing over some of the city’s most well-known sites, including the King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD), Riyadh Boulevard, and the downtown towers. Most Viewed : 4 things that should not be left in a Car, during high temperatures

– Today, Riyadh Airlines received the national economic license for scheduled passenger air transport (GACAR-121S) from the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) in order to launch its operations as the second national carrier of the Kingdom.

– With the aim to achieve the Authority’s direction in applying and strengthening its role as a regulator of the air transport sector in the Kingdom. To enable and provide companies with the necessary flexibility to complete the technical procedures at the Aviation Safety and Environmental Sustainability Sector and to obtain an Air Operator Certificate (AOC).

– This action focuses attention on the sector’s pioneering accomplishments from the previous and current year of the National Aviation Strategy. In addition to the launch of the integrated logistics special zone in October to support the significant growth it is experiencing, King Salman International Airport’s master plan was announced in November to serve more than 120 million passengers by 2030.

– Riyadh Airlines confirmed orders for more than 120 aircraft in March 2023. In light of the enormous increase in global passenger traffic between January and April 2023 at a rate of 95%, the field of air cargo and the Kingdom’s registration of the two busiest air routes worldwide. Recommend : Countries surrounding Saudi Arabia

– It is noteworthy that the national strategy for the civil aviation sector seeks to support Saudi Vision 2030 and make the Kingdom’s aviation industry the first in the Middle East by reaching 330 million passengers, increasing air freight capacity to 4.5 million tons, and increasing air connectivity to 250 destinations by the year 2030, to the airports of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Riyadh Air operations is expected to start in the Year 2025 :

– The start of Riyadh Air’s operations, according to Osama Al-Nuwaisir, Vice President of Marketing and Communications, will be in the Year 2025. Follow Saudi Expatriates on Twitter

– Al-Nuwaisir stated the airline will be revealing its first destinations soon. “The wide-body Dreamliner aircraft were selected as part of a cooperation with Boeing that is unique in two ways.

– The choice of Boeing aircraft, according to Osama Al-Nuwaisir, Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Riyadh Airlines, came after a rigorous technical examination of the business model and was consistent with the company’s long-term goals.

– The increase of the Kingdom’s non-oil gross domestic product, which is 75 billion riyals ($20 billion), and the creation of more than 200,000 direct and indirect job possibilities are both facilitated by Riyadh Airlines. Join Saudi Expatriates on Instagram broadcast channel

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