Saudia, the national carrier of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, has announced shifting its operations to Terminal 2 at Egypt’s Cairo airport.
The airline will start operating from the new terminal from today (December 21, 2016).
“Saudia announces the transfer of all flights from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2 at Cairo International Airport starting 21 December 2016,” it tweeted.
“Starting with SV301 flight arriving from Jeddah on 21 December 2016 at 11.00AM. And SV300 flight departing from Cairo on 21 December 2016 at 12.30PM,” it said on Wednesday.
Earlier this month, Saudi Arabian Airlines achieved a new record by receiving (11) new aircraft. The bumper delivery includes (7) wide-bodied aircraft, (4) of which are B777-300ER equipped with the first-class suites, (3) A330-300, in addition to another (4) A320.
Saudia has put in a firm order for 20 A330-300R and 30 of the best-selling A320, one of the former arrived to King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA), Jeddah on 1st, December, 2016, and 4 of the latter on 12th, 15th, 27th, and 29th of December. It is worth mentioning that this fleet will be dedicated to domestic routes.