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IATA did not approve the idea of no empty seats will be left between passengers

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No empty seats will be left between passengers

The Director of Corporate Communication Affairs for Saudi Airlines, Eng. Abdullah Al-Shahrani explained that no empty seats will be left among passengers on international flights.

According to Al-Watan, he said that the International Air Transport Association did not approve of this idea, as it would not contribute to increasing safety, but rather cause an increase in ticket prices.

Al-Shahrani recommended adhering to the usual precautionary measures, including wearing a muzzle and following the necessary health instructions.

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