Saudia Airlines – 20 countries flight resumption
Saudia Airlines confirmed on their official website regarding the resumption of international flights from May 17th, 2021. It is also mentioned that it is not applied to 20 countries in which the concerned official committee decides to suspend travel to or from due to the outbreak of the new Coronavirus.
- Allowing Saudi Citizens to travel abroad and return to the Kingdom.
- Fully lifting the suspension on all international flights.
(not apply to countries in which the concerned official committee decides to suspend travel to or form due to the outbreak of the new Coronavirus)
- Fully opening all kingdom Airports.
20 Banned countries – Saudia Airlines
- The United Arab Emirates.
- The United States of America.
- The United Kingdom.
- South Africa.
Source: Saudia Airlines
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