By Staff writer
Aircraft are intended to promote the Gulf kingdom’s tourism industry domestically and internationally
Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) has painted four of its planes with images of the kingdom’s landmarks in a bid to promote tourism.
The images include the Grand Mosque and were commissioned by the Saudi Commission for National Heritage, Saudi Gazette reported.
The planes were launched on National Day at the King Abdulaziz International Airport on Tuesday and include a Boeing 300ER-777, an Airbus 320, an Embraer 170 and an Airbus 300-330.