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SAUDIA A321 Flight Review: Jeddah to Tabuk SV1563
Flying with us· about 2 years ago· 34900 views
So, After 1 Year of not posting any SAUDIA Flight Reviews here I am finally back with another Saudia Flight Review!!! This was the final leg of my flight from HYD ...
Saudia | A330-300 | Jeddah ✈ Hyderabad, India (Rajiv Gandhi) | Business Class |
Zuhair Farouk· over 1 year ago· 279436 views
Carrier: Saudia Airbus: A330-300 Registration: HZ-AQL (SkyTeam livery, delivered March 2014) Flight: SV754 Jeddah (KAIA) - Hyderabad, India (Rajiv Gandhi) ...
Saudia Flight Sv897 Bengaluru-Jeddah
FLIGHT FUN· almost 4 years ago· 3827 views
Flying experience Saudia Flight Sv897 BENGALURU-RIYADH-JEDDAH REG:HZ-AQI DATE:06 MARCH 2015 SEAT 32A.
saudi arabian airlines boeing 747 TF-AAE (SV729) Lahore to jeddah Part 3
iabdurrahman· almost 5 years ago· 8589 views
saudi arabian airlines boeing 747 TF-AAE (SV729) Lahore to jeddah Part 3 seat number 32A take off.
Saudi airline flight SV-738 Landing at Lahore
Frost043· almost 2 years ago· 2163 views
Flight Review: SAUDIA AIRLINES A320 BUSINESS CLASS to Jeddah
Josh Cahill· 10 months ago· 1517443 views
This is a comprehensive Review of Saudi Arabian Airlines Airbus A320-200 from Milan Malpensa Airport to Jeddah Airport featuring their Business Class cabin.
Saudi Arabian Airlines A330 Safety Video
-· over 2 years ago· 49615 views
Saudi Arabian Boeing 777-300er taxi in Manila
Marco Mastrocinque· about 3 years ago· 2807 views
Saudia B77W HZ-AK14 Taxi in Manila from Jeddah and ready to back in Jeddah, 7 August 2015.
NEW Saudi Airlines 773 Approach and Super Quick Taxi to Parking Test Flight.
OwnsGermany· over 5 years ago· 27615 views
8/15/2013 Saudi Airlines newest 777-300ER HZ-AK18 returns from a 3 hour test flight routed KPAE-KMWH-KPAE.
[FullHD] Saudi Royal Flight Airbus A318CJ landing & takeoff at Geneva/GVA/LSGG
GVA Spotter· 9 months ago· 1765 views
2nd visit of this nice ACJ from Saudi Arabia ! I was very happy to see it :) Enjoy ! :D ---------- - Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/gvaspotter/ - Twitter: ...
Review: Saudi Arabian Airlines Boeing 777 Long Haul Business Class to Jakarta
Josh Cahill· 8 months ago· 251588 views
This is a comprehensive Flight Review of Saudia's B777-300 Business Cabin from Jeddah Airport (JED) to Jakarta Airport (CGK) featuring their Business Class ...
(HD) SAUDI ARABIAN A333 LANDING AT LUCKNOW/RWY 27
The Flight Reporter· over 1 year ago· 11371 views
hi guys this is my another beautiful capture of my favourite bird and airline a333 and SAUDIA landing at VILK RUNWAY 27 from Jeddah. CAMERS -NIKON ...
Saudia’s SURPRISING Business Class: A Review, A320, Rome to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Paul's Trip Reports· 6 months ago· 75267 views
Tip jar: http://paypal.me/paulstripreports (all money goes towards paying for MORE content!) Special thanks to my incredible $5+ Patrons: DL James Joe Pantry ...
Saudi Arabian Airlines Airbus A330-300 taking off from Ataturk Airport, Istanbul
Tufan Sevincel· almost 4 years ago· 7142 views
HZ-AQKAirbus A330-300Saudi Arabian Airlines 2x RR Trent 700 Engines. Ataturk Airport, Istanbul, Turkey.
Saudia Airlines First Class - Is it Sam Chui approved?
Sam Chui· 5 months ago· 932852 views
Video of my flight on Saudia B777-300/ER from London to Riyadh in First Class. A visit to Al Fursan First Class Lounge in Riyadh and flying a new A330-300 to ...
Saudia | A330-300 | Hyderabad, India (Rajiv Gandhi) ✈ Jeddah | Business Class |
Zuhair Farouk· 11 months ago· 93036 views
Carrier: Saudia Airbus: A330-300 Registration: HZ-AQK (Delivered October 2013) Flight: SV755 Hyderabad, India (Rajiv Gandhi) - Jeddah (KAIA) Runway: ...
saudi arabian airlines boeing 747 TF-AAE (SV729) Lahore to jeddah part 1 landing seat number 32A
iabdurrahman· almost 5 years ago· 1013 views
night landing at king abdul aziz international airport jeddah.
Government of Saudi Arabia! A318+A319CJ Landing and Takeoff at Hamburg for G20! [Full HD]
PlaneSpottingBerlin Aviation Videos· over 1 year ago· 1360 views
Planespotting Hamburg G20 2017: Government of Saudi Arabia! Saudi Royal Flight A318-100CJ (HZ-AS99) and Sky Prime Airbus A319CJ (HZ-SKY4) Landing ...
Saudi Arabian Airlines Flight Experience SV 816 Jeddah to Jakarta B777-300ER (HZ-AK24)
Milesbyfly· 4 months ago· 102819 views
A flight review of Saudi Arabian Airlines' regular flight from Jeddah(JED) - Jakarta(CGK) with Boeing 777-300ER Flight Details: Departure date - 25 September ...
Saudi Flight 763 Kazakhstan Airlines Flight 1907 Crash Animation
Air Crash Investigation· over 1 year ago· 15038 views
TRIP REPORT | Saudia Airlines (NEW BUSINESS CLASS) | Jeddah - Jakarta | Boeing 777-300ER | Asia #3
PlaneSpottingBerlin Aviation Videos· 4 months ago· 45489 views
TRIP REPORT of my Saudi Airlines (Saudia) Business Class flight from Jeddah to Jakarta, Indonesia aboard their Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. This 10 hour flight ...
Saudi Arabian Airlines Airbus A320 at Riyadh
hmasurg· almost 9 years ago· 39189 views
One of SV's new A320's comes in to park at gate 35 in Riyadh's KKIA domestic terminal 3. SV has selected the A320 to be the backbone of it's modernization ...
About Saudi Airlines Saudia
Saudi Airlines, (IATA code SV) also known as Saudia, Saudia Airlines and Saudi Arabian Airlines, have undergone a number of branding changes over the years and evolved to become a global airline.
In 2018 Saudia operated an average of 483 flights a day.
Each Saudia Airlines aircraft flew an average of around 1600km
The average delay for Saudia Airlines flights is 43 mins
16% of Saudia Airlines flight are delayed
Commencing operations in 1945 the airline launched with a single twin-engine DC-3 (Dakota), registered as HZ-AAX. As the first aircraft in the Saudia fleet, it was a gift from U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt to King Abdul Aziz. A few months later the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia purchased two additional DC-3s setting a foundation for the growth of the Saudi Airlines fleet. Initially, Saudi Airlines operated from Kandara, a small town which today is near the downtown area of the city of Jeddah.
It was from here that Saudi Airlines flew pilgrims to perform Hajj from destinations such as Palestine and were granted permission to fly charter flights to London in the United Kingdom.
In the ten years that followed Saudi Airlines experienced immense growth securing a number of new aircraft and adding many new destinations including Cairo, Damascus and Beirut.
Their growth depended on growing their fleet to accommodate longer haul services with higher frequencies. Douglas DC-4s were purchased; their longer range opening operations to additional Middle Eastern destinations. With these new aircraft Saudi Airlines began services from Jeddah to Amman and Jeddah to Karachi, Port Sudan, Asmara, Istanbul and Kuwait.
By the time Saudia celebrated it’s tenth anniversary they had extended services to all cities within the Kingdom, connecting both Riyadh and Jeddah regional hubs with shuttle services between the two cities.
In 1962 Saudi Airlines was the first Middle Eastern Airline to operate commercial jetliners introducing B720-Bs into service. By Royal Decree No. 45, dated February 19, 1963, signed by King Faisal, Saudi Arabian Airlines was established. The airline became autonomous, managed by a Board of Directors and chaired by the Minister of Defense and Aviation.
In the late 1960’s Saudi Arabian Airlines became the founding member of the Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO), joined the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and opened new routes to Tunis, Rabat and Tripoli (all via Beirut). They also added European connections to Geneva, Frankfurt and London.
In 1972 Saudi Arabian Airlines as it was known then, adopted a new livery and changed its name to Saudia. Saudia flew to 49 destinations over three continents. They took delivery of five 737-200s which replaced the DC-9s, Convair 340s and DC-3s. By renewing their fleet, Saudia possessed the most modern fleet in the entire Middle East region. Their fleet consisted of two B-707s, two B-720s and five 737-200s, which would later grow to a total of twenty aircraft.
In the mid 70’s additional new routes opened including Paris and Muscat, plus a direct Medina-Karachi route. New aircraft orders (a total of 20) were placed for wide bodied Tri-stars 214 seater aircraft. On June 1 Saudia took delivery of their first 747-200B and commenced services to Athens, Kano and Stockholm.
During the 1980’s Saudia continued on their growth path inaugurating the first 747 long-haul service from Jeddah to New York. This resulted in Saudia as the only airline with nonstop services spanning four continents; linking Asia and America, and flying Africa and Europe in between.
In 1987 Saudi Airlines pioneered a smoking ban on domestic flights of less than two hours.
In the 90’s Saudia was the first carrier globally to introduce reading material in Braille for blind passengers.
On October 8th 2000 H.R.H. Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz, Minister of Defense & Aviation, signed the contract to conduct the study to privatize the airline. In 2001 Saudia received it’s 61st Boeing 777 new generation aircraft.
Saudi Arabian Airlines' new Golden Service launched to Europe, the U.S., Dubai and Kuala Lumpur. Flights from Saudia Arabia to Peshawar, capital of Pakistan's north west province, began October 27th with three weekly flights.
In 2005 the Director General of IATA advised that Saudi Arabian Airlines was number one among 43 global airlines on ‘Operational Safety Audits’, and in the same year carried a record 16 million passengers.
In 2010 Saudia launched mobile and Internet services on its Airbus A330 flights, and was one of the first airlines in the world to do so.
In 2011, Saudi Arabian Airlines signed an initial agreement to join SkyTeam Global Alliance, which currently has a membership of 15 airlines.
Saudia is proud of their professional service and One Time Performance and in 2013 they were ranked second in the world for most on-time flights of an airline flying across multiple continents with an average on-time performance of 90.46 percent.
On March 31, 2014 Saudia launched its first flight for Jeddah to Los Angeles, marking the airline's third destination in the US.
In January 2016, 65 Saudia pilots qualified to fly the new B787-9 Dreamliner which the airline is planning to deploy on international routes such as Jeddah to Dubai, Jeddah to Istanbul, Jeddah to Paris, Jeddah to Manchester and Casablanca. In addition these services also depart from Riyadh.
In October of 2016 Saudia Airlines took delivery of their first A330-300 Regional, making Saudia the global launch customer for this aircraft type. The A330-300 Regional is optimized to seat up to 400 passengers.
By 2020 Saudia will have grown its fleet from their current size of 119 aircraft to an impressive 200 new-age aircraft
"Welcome to your world", welcome on board Saudia Airlines, the national airline of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
King Abdulaziz road and Alrawdah street
Jeddah - Saudi Arabia
From KSA: 920022222
From outside KSA: +966 2 686 1238