Flyadeal experienced a historic moment yesterday by serving a flight with an all-female crew on board.
This flight, which connects the city of Riyadh to Jeddah on a weekly basis, was managed by a crew of seven Saudi members, said the spokesperson for the Saudi company without specifying their nationalities.
As a reminder, the Saudi Arabian airline dedicated to serving low cost flights carried out its first flight in the presence of a female member (CoPilot) on board in 2019.
This decision to recruit women in Flyadeal’s cabin crew falls within the framework of the objective set by the low-cost Saudi company to become a global hub and to triple its annual air traffic to reach the threshold of three hundred and thirty million passengers by 2030.
Flyadeal is widely supported by the Saudi state which has announced its intention to build a mega airport in the coming months by helping local airlines including Saudia to make a name for themselves in the global air transport market, and compete with the big names in the world. sector in the Middle East, such as Qatar Airways with its major hub in Doha and Emirates, which is based at Dubai airport, which is one of the ten largest airports in the world.