National Carriers of Saudi Arabia
Formerly known as Saudi Arabian Airlines, Saudia is the flag carrier of Saudi Arabia, based in Jeddah. It is certified as a 4-Star Airline for the quality of its onboard product and staff service. The airline, which is part of the SkyTeam Alliance, flies to about 125 destinations in the Middle East, Asia, Africa, Europe and North America. It also has codeshare agreements with about 10 other airlines. Its primary hub is located at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah whereas its secondary hubs are at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh and King Fahd International Airport in Dammam.
Airbus (93 Aircraft)
A330-300 (32 Aircraft)
A321 (15 Aircraft)
A320 (16 Aircraft)
A320ceo (30 Aircraft)
Boeing (51 Aircraft)
B777-368ER (33 Aircraft)
B787-10 Dreamliner (5 Aircraft)
B787-9 Dreamliner (13 Aircraft)
Flynas, formerly Nas Air, is a leading Saudi Arabian, low-cost carrier, based in Riyadh. Founded in 2007, Flynas was Saudi’s first budget airline. Today, with 38 aircraft, operating more than 1500 weekly flights to 70 domestic and international destinations, transporting more than 60 million passengers since its inception, it’s no wonder the airline has earned several awards including the Middle East’s Leading Low-Cost Airline Award from the World Travel Awards for seven years running as well as the prestigious Skytrax Award for Middle East’s Best Low-Cost Airline and most recently being ranked in the 4-star low-cost carrier category, the highest category of the low-cost airline in the world by APEX rating.
Airbus A320 Neo (24 Aircraft)
Airbus A320-200 (13 Aircraft)
Airbus A330-900 (1 Aircraft)
Flyadeal is Saudi Arabia’s newest Low-fares Airline based at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah. Since its establishment in 2017, Flyadeal has flown over twelve million travelers to 11 domestic and 6 international destinations.
Airbus A320 Neo (15 Aircraft)
Airbus A320-200 (11 Aircraft)
RIA is Saudi Arabia’s new airline, which is set to be launched sometime during the final quarter of 2022. RIA will become Saudi’s second national carrier but unlike the current Saudia, which operates from Jeddah, RIA will be based out of Riyadh. The new airline will begin operations using small narrow bodies planes for regional flights initially. Its long term plans are to become a major international carrier, completing with Emirates and Qatar Airways on major routes. It is believed that deals are being struck with Boeing for its 737 MAX planes, which have a range of less than 4,000 miles.