Saudi Arabia

Two New Airbus A320 Aircrafts Joined the Saudia’s Fleet

Saudi Arabia’s national airline SAUDIA added two new Airbus A320 aircraft to its fleet, which is conducting currently the largest modernization and development program in the company’s history, in accordance with the transformation program being implemented by the company, aims to modernize SAUDIA’s fleet to with 200 modern aircrafts before the end of 2020.

The seating capacity of the Airbus A320 is 144 seats, 12 for business class and 132 seats for the economy class. The aircraft features high operational efficiency and comfort requirements, and the latest technologies, including Internet access and the ability to enjoy thousands of hours of entertainment through passengers’ devices.

SAUDIA’s fleet currently consists of 183 aircraft, including 12 Boeing B787, 41 B777, in addition to 32 A330-300 Airbus planes, 46 A320, and 15 A321 aircraft.