Jordan's Royal Falcon to fly into Saudi's KAIA

GACA grants permission for the carrier to operate passenger flights to the kingdom
Jordan's Royal Falcon to fly into Saudi's KAIA
Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz. (Getty Images)
By Staff writer
Tue 19 Oct 2010 09:14 AM

Jordanian airline Royal Falcon Airlines has been granted permission to fly to Saudi Arabia’s King Abdulaziz
International Airport
(KAIA).

According to the Saudi Press Agency, the kingdom’s General Authority
for Civil Aviation (GACA) has issued permission to the airline to operate
passenger flights.

GACA issued permission to Ras Al-Khaimah Airlines and Almasria Universal
Airlines to operate from the Kingdom two weeks ago, Arab News reports.

Ras Al-Khaimah Airlines will operate four weekly flights to and from KAIA,
while Almasria will operate flights from Cairo
to Prince Abdul Mohsen
Regional Airport
in Yanbu, Qassim airport and KAIA, the paper reports.

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