Thursday, June 1, 2023

Saudi Airlines Offering 60% Off on Flights to UAE & Qatar, Here are the Details!

The popular flag carrier of Saudi Arabia has announced significant bargains of up to 60% for the (UAE), Qatar and other destinations worldwide.

The airline, Saudia, revealed up to 60% off on ways which include Doha (Qatar), Muscat (Oman), Abu Dhabi (UAE), Madrid (Spain), Kuwait, Mauritius, and Maldives.

The attributes say that the offer is reasonable for two days, from 5th to May 6th, while guests can book their tickets if they plan to travel between May 10th and June 15th this year. The website of the runner can be accessed for availing of the deals.

Saudia is a famous airline in the Kingdom, and it has been growing to new destinations, which contain Nice (France), Malaga (Spain) and other spots. Recently, it was revealed that all flights to and from Sudan had been discontinued until further notice.

Earlier, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs presented a new enterprise to scrap the visa sticker on the beneficiary’s passport instead of using an electronic visa and reading its data via a QR code.

The new technological leap will be initiated in the Kingdom’s missions in seven countries: United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Jordan, Bangladesh, India, and the Philippines.

The product arrives as Saudi Arabia aims to update its visa system to make it more tech-friendly, besides enhancing the quality of consular assistance the government provides.
The country is on a mission to revolutionize travel and tourism, in which a new airline has also been presented. The name Riyadh Air will serve more than 100 goals worldwide by 2030. The Kingdom is taking rapid steps under the orders of Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman who is enterprising in conducting the region via soft power.

Saudi Arabia hosts two of Islam’s most religious sites, Makkah and Medinah, and accommodates pilgrims around the year for Umrah and Hajj. The Kingdom has also presented applications like Nusuk for issuing permits for Umrah and has been increasingly relying on technology to promote the pilgrims who land there for religious reasons.

This must be the first time Saudi Arabia will welcome Hajj pilgrims in large numbers, i.e. around 2.3m, after the pandemic conditions have been lifted. Around one million people joined the 2022 Hajj season, and only those in the age bracket 18 to 65 who were fully vaccinated or inoculated against the virus and did not suffer from chronic conditions were allowed to visit the Kingdom.

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