Saudia lands new route to Marrakech

Saudia's new service to operate three times a week from Jeddah
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The director of the Saudi Arabian Airlines in Morocco, Mohammed Al-Samrani, revealed that the number of passengers traveling to and from Morocco in the past two years had increased by 19 percent.
The director of the Saudi Arabian Airlines in Morocco, Mohammed Al-Samrani, revealed that the number of passengers traveling to and from Morocco in the past two years had increased by 19 percent.

Saudia has launched its first ever flight from Jeddah to Marrakech.

The service will operate three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and becomes the airline’s second destination in Morocco, after Casablanca.

At a ceremony to mark the inaugural flight, Abdullah bin Saad Al-Ghurairi, Saudi Ambassador to Morocco, said: “The flight seeks to strengthen air traffic between the two countries and will encourage tourism and will serve as a platform to inaugurate other lines to other tourism cities across Morocco.”

The director of the Saudi Arabian Airlines in Morocco, Mohammed Al-Samrani, revealed that the number of passengers travelling to and from Morocco in the past two years had increased by 19%.

Source: Arabian Business

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