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Saudi Arabian Airlines

About Saudi Arabian Airlines

Saudi Arabian Airlines is based at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah. On top of this main operating centre, the airline also has hubs at King Fahd International Airport, King Khalid International Airport and Prince Mohammad Airport. It is the country's national flag carrier airline and is a state-owned enterprise. The airline currently boasts more than 160 aircraft, with a fleet consists of various Boeing, Airbus and Embraer airplanes.

Saudi Arabian Airlines flies to more than 120 destinations on various continents and is particularly busy during the Hajj and Ramadan seasons. Its most popular routes include those Saudi Arabian Airlines flights to Abu Dhabi, Cairo and Doha in the Arabic world, as well as London and Los Angeles in the west. The airline has made codeshare deals with SriLankan Airlines, Aeroflot, Middle East Airlines, Air Europa, Kuwait Airways, Air France, Korean Air, Alitalia, KLM, Garuda Indonesia, Kenya Airways and Gulf Air. It is a member of both the SkyTeam airline alliance and the Arab Air Carriers Organisation.

Online check-in

Online check-in is available on any Saudi Arabian Airlines flight for passengers holding an e-ticket, and opens 24 hours before a flight is due to leave. Online check-in closes 1 hour before domestic flights and 90 minutes before international flights. To check in online, passengers need to enter their reservation number and passport number, which will then allow them to print their boarding card. Passengers who will need special assistance at the airport cannot check in online. This includes passengers in a wheelchair, children travelling without an adult or passengers flying with a pet. Passengers who need to check in luggage before their flight can drop it of at the airline's airport counters.

Hand luggage allowance

Passengers will have different hand luggage allowances on a Saudi Arabian Airlines flight depending on their travel class. Passengers travelling in Economy class can bring 1 piece of hand luggage onto their flight. This must weigh less than 7 kg and have a combined width, height and length no more than 115 cm. Passengers travelling in Business class or First class can bring 1 item with combined dimensions of up to 115 cm and 1 item with combined dimensions of up to 100 cm. The total weight of these two items must not be any greater than 9 kg.

Checked baggage allowance

The airline allows Economy class passengers on a Saudi Arabian Airlines flight to check in 1 item of luggage with a maximum weight of 25 kg. Passengers in Business class and First class are able to check in 2 items of luggage, each of which may weigh up to 25 kg. Some members of the airline's rewards program, Saudia Alfursan, and the SkyTeam rewards program may be entitled to additional baggage. Saudia Alfursan Gold and Silver members and SkyTeam Elite and Elite Plus members can check in 1 extra item on top of their ticketed allowance, weighing up to a maximum of 23 kg. All luggage items must have combined dimensions of less than 158 cm. Any passengers checking in luggage that is too heavy or consists of more pieces than they are entitled to will be charged a fee.

Airline Information

  • Airline name: Saudi Arabian Airlines
  • IATA code: SV
  • Year Founded: 1945
  • Headquarters: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
  • Website: saudiairlines.com

Latest customer reviews on Saudi Arabian Airlines flights

3.1 /5
Total reviews based on: 9
London
Riyadh
Heathrow - King Khaled Intl ( LHR - RUH )
3.0 /5
Ryna
Date 2018-05-10 City Uk Age 51-70 Class Economy

From London the flight was fine. But the rest of three flight were were not good. Even though at the check in Di requested to have the seat with ladies. But on flights there were men sitting next to me and as the seat are very small. It was very uncomfortable when person to me were sleeping and taking over some part of my seat. I complained but nothing was done. I don't think I will choose this airline in future unless I don't have any other better choice. I think airline should listen to passengers requests

2.5 /5
2 reviews
Singapore
Jeddah
Singapore Changi Airport - King Abdulaziz Int ( SIN - JED )
5.0 /5
Ruhani
Date 2018-02-26 City Singapore Age 51-70 Class Economy

Meal doesnt have to be rice the entire 3 meals (sin/jed & jed/cai). Would be nice to have a mixture of noodles or pasta or roti etc. Thats just my opinion/suggestions :)

5.0 /5
1 reviews
Riyadh
Muscat
King Khaled Intl - Seeb ( RUH - MCT )
2.0 /5
Alan
Date 2018-02-12 City Europe Age 51-70 Class Economy

First plane old and ingrained dirty. On time. Second plane newer with no legroom. Staff pleasant. Food identical both journeys. Second plane late, no apology, they didn't care. Unable to check-in online as it was booked as Saudia but it was actually Oman Air I flew. Neither airline recognised the booking so no online alerts or check-in availability. Unacceptable. I joined family from London. I flew from Riyadh. They paid ?300 return, I paid a daylight robbery ?240.

2.0 /5
1 reviews
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