Kuwaiti low-cost airline Jazeera Airways wants to establish a subsidiary in Saudi Arabia, which will be based in Dammam. The Board of Directors approved the plan during a meeting on March 12, the airline says in a key information disclosure. Saudi Arabia has been on...
Boeing received preliminary orders from two Saudi Arabian airlines for a combined 121 Dreamliners on March 14, making it a Super Tuesday for the US airframer. Reports of the imminent orders emerged in the past few days, although a widebody order has been expected...
UPDATE – The Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund (PIF) has officially announced it will launch a second national airline, Riyadh Air. The carrier will be chaired by former Etihad Airways CEO Tony Douglas and has ambitious growth plans with a fleet that includes...
UPDATE – New Saudi Arabian aircraft lessor AviLease has delivered its first two aircraft to an airline customer. Saudi low-cost carrier flynas took delivery of its first two Airbus A320neo’s, with ten more to follow this year and in 2023. New Saudi lessor...
Saudi Arabia is becoming an ever-more important market for Wizz Air. The ultra-low-cost airline announced the launch of twenty new routes between Europe and Saudi Arabia from December to July next year on August 25. Wizz Air gets serious about Saudi Arabian expansion....
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