Saudi Arabia’s General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) has launched the first of its international destinations from its new King Abulaziz International Airport (KAIA) Terminal 1 in Jeddah.
The flights connected Abu Dhabi International Airport in the UAE, as well as Bahrain International Airport and Muscat International Airport. All flights will be operated (round trip) through the Kingdom’s national carrier Saudi Arabian Airlines.
The first daily flights departed the New KAIA Terminal 1 to Abu Dhabi International Airport, followed by flights to Bahrain International Airport. The third destination to be operated is to Muscat International Airport four times a week, via the national carrier, Saudi Arabian Airlines.
Saudi Arabian Airlines has previously transferred the operation and flights of 21 of its domestic destinations to Terminal 1 at the New King Abdulaziz International Airport. The transferred destinations included, (Al Baha, Al Dawadmi, Al Qaisumah, Tabuk, Yanbu, Al Gurayat, Arar, Al wajeh, Al ula, Al Hafuf, Turaif, Jazan, Sharufah, Al Taif, Aljouf, Bisha, Hail, And Rafha).
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