Passengers from Saudi Arabia who wish to travel to North West England have a reason to cheer as Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) is resuming flight to Manchester airport this spring.
The flag carrier of Saudi Arabia is returning to Manchester after a gap of seven year with three weekly flights.
Starting from April, the flights will depart from the terminal two of airport on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
Saudi Arabian Airlines is resuming flights to Manchester after a gap of seven years, the airline last flew on this route in 2007. The airline is optimistic that the flights will attract a large number of leisure and business travellers.
The launch of three weekly flights on Jeddah – Manchester route will further boost the Jeddah’s connectivity from Manchester. The launch of new flights is a testimony to Manchester Airport excellent facilities. The resumption of flights will strengthen commercial, ethnic and educational ties between these destinations.