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Saudia Flight Schedule released for domestic flights

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Saudi Arabia to lift the Suspension of Domestic Flights 1
Saudi Arabia to lift the Suspension of Domestic Flights 1

Saudia Flight Schedule released for domestic flights on their official channels. With the new phased approach of Saudi Arabia, limited domestic flights will be resumed from 31st May 2020. There will be a gradual increase in the number of services after a temporary lockdown due to Covid-19 flight suspensions. More details below.

Saudia Flight Schedule released for domestic flights

The first resumption includes flights from and to Riyadh, the capital city. It also includes flights from and to Jeddah. Here are the cities which will see the first flights on 31st May 2020.

  • Riyadh Flights: From/to Jeddah, Dammam, Abha, and Jizan.
  • Jeddah Flights: From/to Riyadh, Dammam, Abha, and Jizan.

From Sunday 8 Shawwal 1441 AH corresponding to May 31, 2020 AD, until the end of Saturday 28 Shawwal 1441 AH corresponding to June 20, 2020 AD.

Later on 1st June, more cities will see flights. This includes Madinah, Tabuk, Qassim, and Najran. Below is the official flyer released by Saudia on their official channels.

Saudia Flight Schedule released for domestic flights
Saudia Airlines, 2020
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