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Saudia achieves passenger numbers in a single month

Posted 10 May 2017 · Add Comment

Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) has achieved a new record in its 72 year history, flying 2,906,070 guests in a single month.

The figures reflect consistent growth in domestic and international sectors at a time when the carrier is undergoing expansion across its fleet and route network.

In 2016, 30 million guests flew with the airline. As of the beginning of this year, the airline has achieved one third of that figure, flying 10,007,000 by April month-end.

 

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