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Why Fly On Saudi Arabian Airlines
Saudi Arabian Airlines operated under this name from when it was founded in 1945 to 1971, following a change in their name to Saudia, from 1972 - 1996. Again, they re-introduced their name in 1997 to Saudi Arabian Airlines. Then finally, in 2012 the name was changed to Saudi in celebration of joining the SkyTeam alliance network of airlines. The airline is the third largest airline in the region and operates flights out of their main hub at Jeddah -King Abdulaziz International Airport and two other hubs in Dammam and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Saudia operates a total of 153 passenger, cargo and Saudi Royal aircraft with 19 new aircraft on order to meet the demands of its passengers. The airline provides various types of private aircrafts to transport businessmen and company passengers called the Saudia Private Aviation (SPA)
Saudi Arabian Flights
Flying to over 90 destinations in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe and North America, the airline also has code share agreements with 7 other airlines. Most recently the airline has introduced non-stop flights to Los Angeles.
Saudi Arabian Holidays
Find your perfect vacation package on www.saudiaworldholidays.com with features that include all inclusive package vacations to over 50 destinations throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America.
On Board Saudi Arabian Airlines
Saudia offers three classes of seating and service on most of its long haul and short haul flights and include the Guest Class, First Class and Business Class options. In-flight entertainment on flights provide from 24 to 40 AVOD stations, along with 12 audio stations and many video games to choose from. Guest Class seat is similar to Economy Class but more comfortable with more leg room at a pitch of 34 inches between seats. The seat position is adjustable with a lumbar support recline and manually operated foot rests. Meals on board include a choice of three entrees, dessert and a beverage. First Class seats on some aircraft have a pitch between 64 – 81 inches between seats and recline up to 180 degrees on some aircraft with fully adjustable foot and head rests that are electronically controlled. First Class seats are all equipped with special TV monitors that are up to 32 inches on some aircraft with a remote control.
Saudi Arabian Business Class
Business Class seats offer not only comfort and a relaxing atmosphere but also enough room to catch up on work with your very own personal space. Depending on the aircraft, seat pitches vary from 40-61 inches to allow for plenty of leg room. The ergonomically designed seats are wide with a generous recline and a lumbar support. The headrests are equipped with adjustable padded wings. Entertainment is provided on a special monitor that is up to 15 inches on some aircraft. A diverse international cuisine is served on most flights.
Saudi Arabian Frequent Flyer
The frequent flyer program is called Alfursan that allows you to earn and spend miles from Saudia flights, SkyTeam partner airlines and code share partners. The program provides you with rewards, benefits and privileges through a variety of other partners including car rental, financial, hotel and telecom partners. The miles earned can be used for upgrades or free flights and are good for only five years.
Saudi Arabian Airline Lounges
Saudi Arabian Airlines services the Alfursan Golden Lounges and can be accessed by First and Business Class passengers as well as the frequent flyer Gold and Silver Alfursan card holders.
Booking Your Flights with Saudi Arabian Airlines
Search and book your flights at www.saudiairlines.com where you will also be able to manage bookings, check in online and check flight statuses.
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