This morning, Saudi Airlines launched direct and regular flights from King Abdulaziz International Airport to Dar es Salaam in the Republic of Tanzania, days after announcing the group’s plan to operate to (25) destinations on (3) continents around the world.
This comes within the implementation phases of its new strategy, one of which aims to reach new international stations to connect the world with the Kingdom, according to marketing and operational studies.
The first “Saudi Arabia” flight left Dar es Salaam International Airport with No. (SV 462) to Jeddah, in the presence of the Minister of Transport of Tanzania, Makami Manaya, Chargé d’Affaires of the Embassy of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in Tanzania, Fahd Al-Harbi, and the Ambassador of Tanzania to the Kingdom Ali Jaber Mudini, and the Director of Saudi Airlines in Tanzania, Khaled Al-Harbi, according to “SPA”.
Arvid Nicholas, Chief Commercial Officer of the Saudi Arabian Airlines Air Transport Company, pointed out the importance of strengthening relations between the two countries and facilitating the arrival of pilgrims and Umrah performers, indicating that the increase in destinations is accompanied by an unprecedented development of the “Saudi Arabia” fleet of aircraft in order to achieve operational goals, in addition to the continuous development of the digital services system.