Saudia Cargo hopes to benefit from new passenger destinations

Saudi Airlines Cargo is hoping to benefit from two new route launches – Jeddah to Athens and Marrakesh.

Athens is Saudia Cargo’s new destination to be operated year-round, with four weekly flights from Riyadh starting in June on-board the belly capacity of a Saudia A320 aircraft.

Marrakesh is a seasonal flight starting June 2- October 25 with three weekly flights through bellycapacity on board Saudia B787 aircraft.

Both flights will target general cargo, the company said.

 

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