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Passenger Guide by GACA for Domestic and International Flights

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Domestic and international flights protocols for travellers

Passenger Guide by GACA for Domestic and International Flights. However, international flights are only open to exceptional categories. To read more about the list of people allowed to travel, click here. For details on the passengers guide, please see below.

Passenger Guide by GACA for Domestic and International Flights

The guide published by the General Authority of Civil Aviation clarifies what you will expect in the travel experience. It also mentions that 28 Airports are ready to receive flights in the Kingdom with proper measures. The content of the guide also includes the obligations, resumption phase, and preventive measures. Please see the official guide below.


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