Saudia Airlines has launched four weekly direct flights from Riyadh and Jeddah to the Maldives. The airline previously flew to the island destination only via Sri lanka.
Flights to the Maldives are operated by the airline’s latest Boeing 777-300 and 787 Dreamliner aircraft, and only Saudi Arabia guests who have taken the two doses of the anti-Covid-19 vaccine, and those who display a negative PCR test can travel onboard to the Maldives without quarantine, taking into account the precautionary measures.
The Director of Saudia Holidays, Majid Al-Harbi, explained that guests can take advantage of the exclusive offers of the Maldives’ packages which include tickets, selected 4- and 5-star accommodations, and all meals, in addition to providing transportation service at competitive prices.
Since the resumption of international flights to and from the Kingdom, the Saudia has managed to operate more than 53 flights to the capital, Male, in the Maldives, carrying about 8,106 guests.