SAUDIA Launches New Direct Route to Beijing

SAUDIA Launches New Direct Route to Beijing

Will operate four weekly flights between the Kingdom and Beijing

SAUDIA, the national flag carrier of Saudi Arabia, has launched its first direct flight to Beijing, China, in collaboration with the Air Connectivity Program (ACP).

This milestone falls in line with Saudi Aviation Strategy, which recognizes the importance of air connectivity in targeting key markets, such as China, and accommodating increasing demand from international tourists seeking to discover the treasures of Saudi Arabia.

His Excellency Engr. Ibrahim Al-Omar, Director General of SAUDIA Group said: “We are proud to expand our operations and offer new destinations to our guests.

"China is a very important route for SAUDIA, and the introduction of the new direct flights to and from Beijing not only boosts tourism but also strengthens the overall economic and cultural ties between the two nations.

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"It facilitates increased travel, trade, and people-to-people exchanges, fostering stronger bilateral relations."

Ali Rajab, ACP's CEO said: “This new route is the outcome of our collective efforts to further connect Saudi Arabia and China, strengthening an avenue for mutual growth.

"By working closely with our partners in the Saudi ecosystem, we have ensured that every traveler embarking on this journey will experience the seamless blend of hospitality, heritage, and innovation Saudi Arabia offers.

"We are excited to witness the transformative impact this flight will have on both nations and the lasting connections it will create.”

SAUDIA will operate four weekly flights between the Kingdom and Beijing, and will further utilize the airline’s extensive fleet, catering to guests with a range of convenient check-in methods, high-quality onboard services, and a comfortable flight experience that underlines the flag carrier’s commitment to excellence.

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