10.09.2021 12:00

Saudia to return to Manchester in December

Saudia will return to Manchester Airport in December for the first time in 21 months as it relaunches its direct service to Jeddah.

The first flight is set to depart on Wednesday, December 15th from the recently reopened Terminal Two, which has been expanded and modernised as part of a £1 billion transformation programme.

The service will run three times per week on the iconic Boeing-787 Dreamliner, with the frequency of flights then subject to review dependent on demand.

Saudi Arabian flag carrier Saudia began operating the Manchester–Jeddah route in 2014.

Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, it had steadily grown to become one of Manchester Airport’s most important routes to the Middle East.

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