Saudia has started flights to Istanbul from two cities in Saudi Arabia, Jeddah and Riyadh.
The Saudi company made its first flight to Istanbul on May 7 from King Khaled International Airport in Riyadh and then operated its inaugural flight to the capital of Turkey for four days from its base at the airport. International King Abdulaziz of Jeddah.
From now on, Saudi Airlines will depart daily to Istanbul from Jeddah while it will operate three weekly frequencies to the historic city of Turkey from its other hub, every Saturday, Tuesday and Thursday.
It should be recalled that these two flights were already operational two years ago, but Saudia canceled them after the appearance and spread of the pandemic.
A few days ago Saudia announced its arrival at Nice’s Cote d’Azur airport announcing three weekly flights to the prestigious French destination.