The Saudi Airlines Company revealed some safety measures against the emerging coronavirus for international flights scheduled to be opened this month.
For his part, Engineer Abdullah Al-Shahrani, Director of Corporate Communication Affairs for Saudi Airlines, affirmed that no empty seats would be left between passengers on international flights.
Although he explained that the Air Transport Association did not approve the idea, as it would not contribute to increasing safety, he also stressed the need to adhere to the usual precautions in travel, such as wearing a mask and following the necessary health instructions.
International destinations of Saudi Airlines
Earlier, Saudi Airlines announced the list of international destinations launched on 17 May, according to the Kingdom’s government decision to open international travel for its citizens.
After a stoppage of nearly 14 months, here is what is confirmed: flights to 71 stations out of 95, including 28 domestic and 43 international destinations.
The list includes 12 Arab destinations, which are: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Alexandria, Bahrain, Khartoum, Casablanca, Doha, Cairo, Amman, Sharm el-Sheikh, Kuwait, and Beirut. As for international destinations: Athens, Islamabad, Amsterdam, Paris, Peshawar, Tunis, Jakarta, Geneva, Hyderabad, Dhaka, Delhi, Guangzhou, Frankfurt, Calicut, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Cochin, Colombo, Lahore, Lucknow, London, Male, Manila, Madrid, Multan, Milan, Munich, Nairobi, New York, Washington.