Saudi Arabian Airlines is to start a seven times a week route to Izmir from Riyadh and Jeddah – the carrier’s third destination in Turkey.
The airline will run the services from 10 June to 9 September this year. It will operate four-times a week from Jeddah and three-times a week to Riyadh.
A limited additional service will also run between Izmir and Jeddah from 2 May to 8 June for Umrah travelers – prior to the start of the seasonal operation.
The airline will operate the route with an Airbus A320 aircraft in a two-class configuration on the three hours 25 minutes Jeddah to Izmir service and the three hours 55 minutes route from Riyadh.
Saudi Arabian Airlines currently flies to Istanbul and Ankara 39 times per week between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Turkey.