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SAUDIA information

IATA code SV
Routes 395
Top route Riyadh King Khaled Intl to Jeddah King Abdulaziz Intl
Airports served 88
Top airport Jeddah King Abdulaziz Intl

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Overall rating

7,1 Good
Based on 2 552 reviews

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7,2

Comfort
7,3

Crew
7,5

Entertainment
6,9

Food
7,0

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Overview of SAUDIA

Owned by the Saudi Arabian Government, SAUDIA has a strong presence throughout the Middle East. It flies to more than 25 destinations across Saudi Arabia and is the national flag carrier. International services are also available as far as Europe, North America, Africa, and Asia. An expansive network includes nonstop flights to in excess of 25 countries.

You can sit in either Guest Class (Economy), Business Class or First Class. Guest Class seats are some of the best in the industry with 32 in of legroom and adjustable footrests. Passengers in Business Class are treated to ergonomically designed chairs with lumbar support and a Salvatore Ferragamo amenity kit. Children in the cabin are provided books and games to play with. First Class luxury includes 80 in flatbeds, freshly squeezed fruit juices and meals served on fine china. Quiet spaces reserved for prayers are located onboard.

SAUDIA is a member of the SkyTeam alliance and works alongside major carriers, such as Delta Air Lines, China Airlines, Air France, and Korean Air, to offer a global product. Customers can benefit from a wider range of departure times, shorter layover periods and round-the-world tickets. Separate codeshare agreements are held with Etihad Airways, Oman Air, and Royal Air Maroc.

Airbus and Boeing aircraft are flown by SAUDIA, with a large fleet of well over 100 planes. Jets capable of traveling long distances, such as the Boeing 777 and Airbus A330, are some of the most commonly flown, with larger configurations capable of carrying as many as 413 people. Saudi Arabia’s coat of arms with two swords and a palm tree feature on the tail of the aircraft.

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