National carrier reviews first suite, entertainment, products and international flights
His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Ambassador to the United Kingdom, visited Saudi Arabia’s pavilion at the World Travel Market (WTM), which opened on Monday (November 6th) in London. International exhibitions specialised in the field of air transport, travel, tourism, investment and modern technologies.
On his arrival at the Saudi pavilion, he was received by Assistant General Manager of Saudi Airlines for Corporate Communication Eng. Abdulrahman bin Ghazi Tayeb.
General Manager of Advertising at Saudi Airlines, Shukri Al Jadiby, said that the company’s latest products include the first-class Boeing B777-300ER and class business class seats as well as the latest services, products and programs offered to guests.
Saudi Airlines also reviews the growing international network of international destinations in the international travel market, adding four new destinations in 2016 and five destinations this year: Maltan, Port Sudan, Travendrum, Mauritius and Baghdad, with the best options to continue through the domestic flights network, 27 airlines in Saudi Arabia, or through Saudi Arabia’s SkyTeam World Alliance, which includes 20 airlines from around the world. The airline operates approximately 18,000 flights per day to 1,062 destinations in 177 countries and allows coalition customers Enjoy special services at (672) private lounges in different airports in the world.