The hajj should end within four days, the airline Saudia has therefore started its flights to transport the pilgrims to their cities.
The first flight was served last Tuesday between Jeddah and Riyadh, while the first international connection was scheduled between King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah and Fez-Saïss.
The Saudi carrier announced in a press release that its program to transport pilgrims home includes 305 flights in total, including 273 international flights.
Throughout the current pilgrimage season, Saudi Arabia’s national carrier is offering a free service to transport pilgrims’ luggage between their places of accommodation (in Mecca and Medina) to the airports to which they travel. heading to catch their return flights. The transport is carried out twenty four hours before the take-off of their planes.
Saudia informs its passengers that its staff is permanently available (24 hours a day, 7 days a week) in the various airports from which passengers take their flights to leave the country, and can accompany them in all the necessary steps to take their flights without problems, including seat reservation, purchase of additional baggage, purchase of special meals (served on board), check-in, etc. Special assistance is also provided to passengers with reduced mobility.