Saudia has announced that it has put in place a special program called Match Day Shuttle to facilitate the transport of its passengers to Qatari cities hosting the matches of the next FIFA 2022 World Cup which will be held for the first time in history, in a Middle Eastern country. East next November.
Up to sixty flights will be operated by the Saudi Arabian airline each day to transport passengers wishing to support the sons of the desert who will once again participate in the most watched sporting event in the world.
Saudia will begin operating these exclusive flights from November 21, offering departures to Doha International Hamad from its two hubs Riyadh King Khaled International Airport and King Abdulaziz International Airport. The duration of the flights is estimated at one hour and forty minutes.
The Saudi carrier will allow its passengers to take flights to watch the matches of the country’s national team and take return flights after the matches have ended.
Saudi Airlines customers living outside the country can take these flights to visit the desert country and explore its various sites with important cultural heritage.