|Top route||Riyadh King Khaled Intl to Jeddah King Abdulaziz Intl|
|Top airport||Jeddah King Abdulaziz Intl|
The plane was old so not much in it… but overall boarding and departure on time and arrival ahead of time was the best part
Flight delayed more than 2 hours
They didn't clean up after the meal was served.
The flight was good, no complaints
The flight was excellent overall, no complaints
There is no way for Saudi Airlines to leave on time …
Delayed by over three hours.
Old plane and small seats
The boarding process was well organized. In fact, we departed 10 minutes early! The crew were friendly and professional. The only setback is the seats in economy class need more space.
The crew & passengers were not strictly observing the Covid-19 precautions. Some of the food on the menu was not available although I was seated in the second row of business class!
The crew were very friendly and smiling all the time.
Entertainment not working
The crew was good. The change in the schedule delayed our connecting flight from JED to DMM for more than 10 hours. I had to schedule my important meeting early morning. SAUDIA is not helping to reserve other available flights as this delay was their mistake and we paid the penalty without any care to satisfy their customers. It will be the last time to travel with SAUDIA and I will post this story everywhere to tell all passengers the risk they need to take if they book via SAUDIA.
This was a very pleasant experience to travel with Saudia. From booking to traveling back was very smooth and efficient.
Flight delayed ...... You ask for coffee or tea ... they don’t serve you. And it happens many time in different flights.
It was excellent experience. The only disadvantages is you have to walk to the gates in long walks. There no golf cars to transfer passengers.
This is a short flight. I was lucky there were few kids on the flight and it was quiet throughout the trip!
Late boarding Bad landing
The food was not good at all
الركوب للطائرة كان سهلا، قدموا لنا اختيارين من الشطائر وقت الغداء، دجاج أو فلافل، لا يوجد شاشات للترفيه أمام كل راكب.👎 Easy boarding, they present two choices of sandwich at lunch time, chichen or falafel, there wasn't a screen ahead of every passenger. 👎
منتاز المناتيز خدمة جميلة
Internet service very bad and there is no option to refund
Pros: Saudi Airlines
Cons: Cairo airport processing
Pros: The crew and the plan was new
Cons: no selection of the food and drinks,
Pros: Services cleanness
Cons: Clean the bathroom often water all over
Cons: Improvements in everything
Cons: Improvements in almost every thing
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SAUDIA offers direct flights to 95 cities in 40 different countries. Jeddah, Riyadh, and Cairo are the most popular cities covered by SAUDIA.
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Owned by the Saudi Arabian Government, SAUDIA has a strong presence throughout the Middle East. It flies to more than 25 destinations across Saudi Arabia and is the national flag carrier. International services are also available as far as Europe, North America, Africa, and Asia. An expansive network includes nonstop flights to in excess of 25 countries.
You can sit in either Guest Class (Economy), Business Class or First Class. Guest Class seats are some of the best in the industry with 32 in of legroom and adjustable footrests. Passengers in Business Class are treated to ergonomically designed chairs with lumbar support and a Salvatore Ferragamo amenity kit. Children in the cabin are provided books and games to play with. First Class luxury includes 80 in flatbeds, freshly squeezed fruit juices and meals served on fine china. Quiet spaces reserved for prayers are located onboard.
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