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Established in 1945, Saudi Airlines started out with a single twin-engine that was given to King Abdul Aziz as a gift by the U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The company has since evolved into Saudi’s premier national airline.
Today, it has around 139 aircrafts. In Saudi, these operate at Riyadh’s King Khalid International (RUH), Jeddah’s King Abdulaziz International (JED), Dammam’s King Fahad International (DMM), and Madinah’s Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz Internation Airport (MED). Flights run to numerous airports worldwide, between Europe, Africa, North America and specifically Asia.
Choose to fly first class, business class or guest class, and when on-board enjoy five-star menus created by Saudi Catering company. In most aircrafts, seats are equipped with personal video screens, which offer a number of video-on-demand channels, as well as in-seat audio-on-demand. For practicing Muslims, there are regular recitations from the Holy Quran during flights.
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