Saudi flyadeal launched its first direct flight from Jeddah to Dubai, bringing the total number of the company’s flights connecting the Kingdom with the UAE to 10 per day, 8 flights to and from the capital, Riyadh, in addition to 2-new flights starting from December 8, as well as two connecting it with the city of Jeddah, in both ways.
The company operates the new line through Terminal No. 1 at Jeddah-based King Abdulaziz International Airport and Terminal No. 1 at Dubai International Airport, on board its newest aircraft: A320neo.
The launch of the new flights between Jeddah and Dubai comes in response to the increasing demand for travel, in the sector, between the two brotherly countries, in addition to serving pilgrims, Umrah doers, visitors, in general and religious visitors, in particular, as they intend to pay visit to either the Grand Mosque, in Makkah, or the Prophet Mosque, in Madinah, or both of them, the Executive Vice President of Commercial Affairs, at flyadeal Ahmed Al-Brahim explained.
Such is a great service to the last category, as it provides them with direct flights that guarantee the provision of effort and facilitate procedures for them, whether in the stage of arrival or departure, after performing their rituals, with fair prices for trips and competitive offers.