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About Saudi Arabia Airlines
Saudia was established as the flag carrier airline with the Douglas DC-3 aircraft, which was given as a gift to the king of Saudi Arabia Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud by the US President Franklin D. Roosevelt under the name of Saudi Arabian Airlines in 1945. The airline belongs to the state of Saudi Arabia and is headquartered in Jeddah.
In 1949, the acquisition of five Bristol 170s made it possible to transport both travelers and cargo. Continuing to grow, the company extended its services in the 1950s to Istanbul, Karachi, Oman, Kuwait City, Asmara and Sudan. In 1963, thanks to King Faisal of Saudi Arabia, it gained its independence. From the 1990s, it offered many destinations such as Orlando, Washington, Johannesburg and Milan. It took its current name in 1973.
As part of its fleet modernization program, Saudia ordered eight Airbus A330s in 2008, an order that follows on from the order placed in 2007 and which then marked the first civil aircraft contract signed in twenty-six years between the company and Airbus. Today, at a time when environmental issues are particularly important in the world, the Saudi company has taken care to choose devices that display the lowest fuel consumption and the best profitability on the market. Member of Skyteam since May 2012, Saudia is the first Gulf company to join this alliance. In 2017, it launched its low-cost subsidiary, “Flyadeal”, which provides most of the domestic flights. It celebrates its 75 years of existence in 2020.
With Alfursan, Saudi Arabian Airlines offers frequent flyers a special program to collect bonus miles. This not only saves one or two euros in the long run, but also brings advantages during check-in, which can usually be carried out more quickly and easily.
Saudi Arabian Airlines Hub Airports
Jeddah King Abdulaziz International Airport (JED / OEJN)
Riyadh King Khaled International Airport (RUH / OERK)
Dammam King Fahd International Airport (DMM / OEDF)
Saudi Arabian Airlines Classes of Service
As with most airlines, Saudia also divides its aircraft into three reservation classes – Guest class (the usual economy), Business and First class .
The airline now operates worldwide. There are regular flights to destinations in Asia, Africa, Europe and America. The most important partner airports include New York, Munich and Istanbul. Extraordinary destinations such as Peshawar or Kano in Nigeria are also served continuously.
Saudi Arabian Airline flies to 27 Saudi cities on domestic routes including Dammam, Jeddah, Medina and Riyadh. The main countries to which the airline flies to numerous destinations abroad: India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Egypt, (UAE) United Arab Emirates, USA, Italy, Oman, United Kingdom, Germany, Sudan, Iran and Turkey.
The airline has a codeshare agreement with the following airlines.
|Czech Airlines||Korean Air||Vietnam Airlines|
|Etihad Airways||Oman Air|
|Garuda Indonesia||Royal Air Maroc|
Saudi Arabia Airlines Check-in
Saudia Airlines offers its passengers several options for check-in: at the counter, at the city ticket machine and online.
The airline offers online check-in directly on the company’s website:
Check-in start time
It starts 24 hours before the departure of the flight and ends 90 minutes before the international flights and 60 minutes before the domestic flights.
Click the button below to check in online.
The counters at the airport close one hour before the scheduled start. In addition, travelers outside the airport can check in at so-called self-service kiosks. These are currently located in 15 cities in Saudi Arabia such as Riyadh, Jeddah and Mecca.
Saudi Arabia Airlines Baggage Allowance
First and Business Class passengers are allowed to take a bag or handbag up to a maximum of 126 centimeters in size (56 x 45 x 25 centimeters) on board, as well as a briefcase that must not be larger than 100 centimeters. These pieces of luggage must not weigh more than 9 kg together. One piece of hand luggage weighing no more than seven kilograms and measuring 56 x 45 x 25 centimeters can be carried in Guest Class. In addition, each passenger is allowed to take some personal items into the cabin, such as a jacket or blanket, a camera, a handbag and a reasonable amount of reading material. On flights from the USA and Canada to Saudi Arabia, only one piece of hand luggage up to 7.25 kg in weight and 114.3 centimeters in height is allowed.
Domestic flights: Guest Class passengers are allowed to check in one piece of luggage weighing 25 kilograms. Business and First Class passengers are allowed to check in two pieces of luggage weighing 25 kilograms. Members of the Saudia Alfursan (Gold / Silver) and the SkyTeam (Elite Plus / Elite) are allowed to carry an extra bag of 25 kilograms.
International flights: First and Business Class passengers are allowed to check in two pieces of luggage weighing 32 kilograms on all flights. Guest Class passengers can take two pieces of luggage weighing 23 kilograms each on flights to the USA and Canada. On other flights, you can take one piece of luggage weighing 32 kilograms or two pieces of luggage weighing 23 kilograms (depending on the route). Members of the SkyTeam (Elite / Elite Plus) and Alfursan (Silver / Gold) can carry an extra piece of luggage weighing 23 kilograms. Small children are allowed to check in ten kilograms of luggage. On flights to the USA or Canada, baggage may not be larger than 157 centimeters. For all other destinations, the upper limit is 205 centimeters. There is a charge for excess baggage depending on the class booked and the route.
Saudi Arabian Airlines carries all types of sports baggage and musical instruments as checked baggage if the baggage allowance is not exceeded. If larger pieces of luggage are to be transported, the airline should be informed in advance.
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Saudi Arabia Airlines Seat Selection
Saudia currently does not provide any information on the allocation and reservation of standard seats and XL seats. Customers can find current information on the airline’s website.
Saudi Arabia Airlines Knee Distance
Because of the airlines who want to reduce the cost of flying more passengers, knee distance is very important especially on long haul flights. The front seats and emergency exit seats are the seats with the highest knee distance. It is generally sold for a fee.
Al Fursan Loyalty Frequent Flyer Program
The airline Saudi Arabian Airlines enables its customers through the frequent flyer program Alfursan collecting award and status miles. These depend on the flight miles traveled and the booking class, with members being credited between 75 and 250 percent of the miles flown. Miles can also be earned with partner airlines of the SkyTeam airline alliance, by booking a room or renting a car from companies such as Hilton, Intercontinental or Sheraton hotels, as well as from Avis, Budget Cars and Hertz. Miles earning table information is below. Domestic flights
|Ticket Purchased||Fare Code||Earning Rate|
|ALBAYRAQ||W||250% of miles flown|
|First Class “Premium”||F||250% of miles flown|
|Business Class “Premium”||J||175% of miles flown|
|Guest Class “Premium”||H||100% of miles flown|
|Guest Class “Value”||Q, N||75% of miles flown|
|Guest Class “Super Saver”||U||50% of miles flown|
*Charter flights, award flights, discounted Airline Sector tickets and other non-commercial tickets are not eligible to earn Alfursan Award Miles. In International Flights
|Fare Code||Earning Rate|
|First Class “Premium”||F, P,A||250% of miles flown|
|Business Class “Premium”||J||175% of miles flown|
|Business Class “Value”||C, D, I||150% of miles flown|
|Guest Class “Premium”||Y||100% of miles flown|
|Guest Class “Value”||E, B, M, K, H, Q ,L, T||75% of miles flown|
|Guest Class “Super Saver”||G, N, V||50% of miles flown|
The categories of the frequent flyer program Alfursan
Blue is the name of the entry level, which guarantees participation in the rewards program and offers a few amenities such as increased waiting list priority when booking a flight. For the Silver status, frequent flyers need 25,000 miles annually, which means that benefits such as waiting list priority, access to the Alfursan Lounges and 25 percent extra miles are available. Gold status allows members who achieve 50,000 miles within a year to check-in at first-class counters with their families as well as additional baggage allowance (one piece of luggage weighing 23 kg) and the option of booking an award ticket without restrictions. The status miles collected with the Alfursan frequent flyer program are valid for one calendar year.
Saudi Arabia Airlines Food & Beverage
Two warm meals and one breakfast are served on international long-haul routes. There is a large selection of juices. As it is an Arab airline, there is no alcohol and no pork. There are three dishes to choose from, fish, meat or a vegetarian menu, for example with tofu. Real cutlery is served with meals. On long flights there is a rich breakfast in the morning. All meals are fresh and extensive.
Saudia offers a large selection of special meals, for example baby or toddler food, low-fat dishes, salt-free dishes, diabetic-friendly, European and Asian dishes. You can order these instead of the usual menu. It is advisable to do this at the same time as booking.
On international flights, a wedding cake for newlyweds or honeymooners is offered on request.
Saudi Arabia Airlines Inflight Entertainment
On board, Saudia offers different levels of comfort. The Guest Class has ergonomic seats equipped with a personal screen for entertainment. It also provides a choice of three starters, but also a selection of desserts, tea and coffee. In Business Class, passengers benefit from spacious seats with generous legroom and international cuisine. The First Class has more comfort with 180 ° reclining seats, as well as an entertainment system including many video programs.
The Arab airline currently offers Internet and mobile services in the Airbus A330 and on selected flights with Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. Passengers can not only write messages and make and receive calls during the flight, they can also surf the Internet. The costs incurred for the mobile services will be billed to the mobile operator in your home country. If you want to use the WLAN on board with your laptop or tablet, you can pay by credit card. Saudia is currently not giving any information about prices. Passengers can get news on the airline’s website.
Saudi Arabia Airlines Pet Policy
Who wants to leave your best friend at home? On this page you will find the rules of traveling with your pet during your flight with Saudi Arabia Airlines.
Please be sure to check with the airline before you travel, as the rules for transporting pets vary according to the airline.
Saudi Arabia Airlines Lounge
The lounges are indispensable especially for business class passengers. What facilities does it offer? Here you will find detailed information about Saudi Arabia Airlines lounges for a comfortable start to your trip.
Owner: State Owned
Frequent Flyer Program: Al Fursan Loyalty
Company slogan: Welcome to your world!
Number of Aircraft: 184
Average Age of Aircraft: 6.2
Type of Aircraft: Airbus, Boeing
Detail of Fleet: Airbus A320-200, Airbus A321-200, Airbus A330-300, Boeing 747-400, Boeing 747-8, Boeing 777-300, Boeing 777F, Boeing 787-9, Boeing 787-10
Head Office: PO Box 620, CC 181, LOC 130, Jeddah, 21231, Saudi Arabia
Phone Number: +966 9 200 2222 2, +966 2 686 4300
Fax Number: +966 2 686 2006
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