India’s Akasa Air to Start Regular Flights to Saudi Arabia June 8

The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) unveiled yesterday the formal authorization of India’s Akasa Air to start operating regular flights between India and Saudi Arabia, reported Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

GACA announced that there will be 14 weekly flights to Jeddah starting from June 8, two flights from Ahmedabad and 12 from Mumbai.

Starting July 4, there will be 7 weekly flights from Mumbai to Riyadh.

This authorization is part of GACA’s efforts to boost air connectivity and link Saudi Arabia to the international communities.

GACA announced last month that Italian Airlines (ITA) will commence regular passenger flights between Saudi Arabia and Italy.

The flights will operate from Rome to Riyadh during the summer season of 2024, with five flights per week.

Moreover, GACA authorized the LOT Polish Airlines to start regular passenger flights between the Kingdom and Poland starting from June 4.

The Polish carrier will operate three weekly flights on Warsaw-Riyadh route during the summer season of 2024.

Furthermore, GACA hosted the third edition of the Future Aviation Forum (FAF 2024) at the King Abdulaziz International Conference Center in Riyadh, on 20-22 May 2024, to foster the sustainable air travel among countries.

These accomplishments crystalize GACA’ endeavors to position the Kingdom as a global logistics hub, which aligns with the Saudi Vision 2030.

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