In preparation for the increased demand for travel to and from the Kingdom for the National Day weekend, Emirates has added three more flights to Riyadh.
The extra planes depart from Dubai International Airport on September 20, 21, and 24 to provide passengers the best opportunity to participate in the festivities. Emirates’ new schedule to the Kingdom will operate in tandem with its current timetable, with all flights being operated by Boeing 777 aircraft.
Through its centre in Dubai, Emirates links travellers in the Kingdom to more than 140 locations across the globe, including North America, Southern Africa, and Europe. Regional gourmet meals and over 6,500 channels of on-demand entertainment, including more than 135 hours of Shahid Original programming, exclusively on ice, are just the beginning of the full service offering that Emirates is known for.
Since 1989, Emirates has provided service to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with weekly service to all four major airports in the country: Riyadh, Jeddah, Medina, and Dammam. The airline’s dedication to Saudi Arabia was demonstrated last summer when it served as the title sponsor of the King Salman Cup 2023, a tournament featuring 16 of the best clubs from across the Arab world.
Travellers can book flights and get more information at www.emirates.com/sa, through any authorised travel agency, or by calling their nearest Emirates Sales Office.