Saudi Arabian Airlines to resume flights to US Wednesday
Saudi Arabian Airlines said Thursday, September 20, it will resume flights to the United States, grounded after the devastating terror attacks in New York and Washington, from September 26.
The airline, which runs 10 flights a day from Riyadh and Jeddah to New York and Washington, said the first flight from the United States will leave a day later.
Saudi Arabian Airlines, which transported a record 13.5 million passengers in 2000, has a 126-strong modern fleet, making it the largest airline in the Middle East, Africa and south Asia. ― (AFP, Riyadh)
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