Saudia records over 500 flights in a day in post-pandemic recovery


Saudi Arabian national airline Saudia set a record for the number of daily flights since the beginning of the pandemic. The airline operated 507 flights on 4 December during the peak of operational movements.

Flights to Jeddah and Riyadh topped the list, with 128 flights each, followed by the Dammam and Madinah with 30 and 14 flights respectively.

The national carrier’s total number of destinations is currently 76 – comprising 27 domestic routes and 49 international ones – compared to 100 destinations during pre-COVID times.

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