Saudia, the flag carrier of Saudi Arabia, is facilitating travel to the Paris Olympics 2024 from over 100 destinations, including Gulf countries and India. With its main hub at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, Saudia plans to focus operations there by 2030.

Operating flights across the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America, Saudia offers both scheduled and charter services. It became the first Gulf carrier to join the SkyTeam alliance in 2012 and is a founding member of the Arab Air Carriers’ Organization.

For the Paris Olympics, Saudia offers multiple flights from Jeddah to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, ensuring convenient travel options. Departure times vary, providing flexibility for travelers to reach Paris with ease and enjoy the Olympic festivities.

Key destinations in Saudia’s extensive network include cities across Africa and Asia such as Cairo, Johannesburg, Delhi, and Beijing. This network ensures wide reach for travelers, connecting them to global events like the Paris Olympics.

Paris has introduced a new electronic visa for Olympic tourists, streamlining the application process and offering quick approval. This initiative aims to enhance accessibility and security for visitors, with special perks for those attending the Olympics.

In 2023, Saudi Arabia saw record passenger traffic, reflecting the recovery of its aviation sector. Saudia’s Q1 2024 report highlighted growth in passenger numbers and flights, showcasing the airline’s robust performance.

Source: Travel and Tour World