Saudia Airline resumes direct flights to Marrakech

Saudia Airline resumes direct flights to Marrakech

Saudi Arabia’s airline, Saudia, has resumed its direct and seasonal flights to Marrakech, its second destination in the Kingdom of Morocco after Casablanca, with three flights per week from Jeddah.

The flights to Marrakech will be operated with Boeing (B787-9) Dreamliner, which has a capacity of 298 seats, including 24 in business class and 274 in economy class, equipped to offer the highest standards of comfort to passengers, notably with quality electronic services that aim to make the travel experience enjoyable, said the Saudi carrier.

The company’s executive vice president of operations, Ahmed Al-Wasiya, noted that the resumption of flights between Jeddah and Marrakech will help facilitate the transportation of Moroccan pilgrims performing the “Hajj” and “Umrah”, as well as travelers in transit on domestic and international flights.

This service will also help meet the growing demand for tourist and commercial travel between the two countries and the different continents.

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