Transavia France Airlines Launches Direct Flights Between Three French Cities, Jeddah

The air connectivity program in Saudi Arabia announced that Transavia France Airlines will launch direct flights between the French cities-Paris – Orly and Lyon- and the Saudi city of Jeddah starting next December, reported Al Arabiya. There will be two flights per week for each route, via a fleet of Boeing aircraft 737.

On his part, the CEO of the Air Connectivity Program, Majid Khan, explained that these new routes will promote tourism from Paris-Orly and Lyon to Saudi Arabia, which is part of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.

About air connectivity program

The air connectivity program aims to promote tourism growth in the Kingdom, by enhancing air connectivity between Saudi Arabia and the countries of the world. It seeks to develop potential current air routes, and connect the Kingdom to new global destinations.

Last March, it inked a groundbreaking agreement with Eurowings, a prominent German airline. This collaboration launched two direct flight routes, connecting Berlin and Cologne with Jeddah, marking a pivotal step in fostering closer ties between these regions.

By introducing direct flights from Berlin and Cologne to Jeddah, this initiative promises to streamline travel experiences, offering passengers more efficient and convenient options.

Similarly, Last March, a strategic partnership was established to strengthen the air links between Air Connectivity Program and China Southern Airlines. The partnership resulted in a new air route connecting Beijing, China’s bustling capital, to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia’s vibrant heart.

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