The airline also recently announced 10 new international routes, including Marrakesh, Málaga, and Barcelona…

Travellers looking to fly out of Saudi Arabia over the summer period will have a host of new destinations to select from as Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) introduces new routes from across the country.

From May 30, the national flag carrier of Saudi Arabia will commence flights to Marrakech from Jeddah, while new direct routes to Málaga and Barcelona in Spain are scheduled to start on June 30 from Riyadh and Jeddah airports.

The three cities are among the 10 new destinations announced in early February, as part of Saudia’s newly launched summer campaign, ‘Your Summer, Your Destination’.

The latest direct flights to be added three days per week from Riyadh will be servicing the Greek island of Mykonos, known for its summer party atmosphere and reachable in about four hours.

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Another noteworthy new international flight is the direct haul to the city of Los Angeles. Starting from April 25, Saudia will offer three direct flights per week from Jeddah, which means travellers can easily explore the iconic city and its picturesque beaches.

Saudia’s vast network of regular flights connects more than 95 destinations across four continents. With the new route additions, Saudia will serve a total of 12 destinations, including Bangkok, Thailand; Barcelona and Malaga, Spain; Marrakech, Morocco; Mykonos, Greece; Moscow, Russia; Beijing, China; Seoul, South Korea; Entebbe, Uganda; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; and Los Angeles and Chicago, Illinois in the United States.

So, if you’re thinking about taking a summer trip, now is the time to book it…

Visit: Saudia.com

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