Dubai airlines Emirates and the Saudi Arabia Tourism Board have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to promote inbound tourism to Saudi Arabia.
According to the statement, the new agreement aims to leverage the network of Emirates in more than 120 cities to amplify Saudi Arabia’s experience for leisure travelers. Under MoU, the two entities seek opportunities to work together on key initiatives to strengthen the Kingdom’s global tourism competitiveness, including promotional activities and travel trade support across global source markets. increase.
Airlines also seek opportunities to coordinate schedules from major source markets in the network to gateways in Saudi Arabia, providing better connectivity for their customers.
Emirates has been promoting tourism and trade in the Kingdom since 1989, operating to Riyadh, Jeddah, Medina and Dammam, and today, 53 flights a week, including A380 service to Jeddah, 4 Serving two gateways.
The airline has also carried more than 25 million passengers to and from the Kingdom since its service began.
“The memorandum of understanding between the Saudi Tourism Board and Emirates can reach more than 120 destinations around the world and attract tourists from these destinations to different Saudi destinations.” Fahd Hamidaddin, CEO and Director of the Saudi Tourism Board, said. ..
Sir Tim Clark, President of Emirates, said: We have in common that we contribute to the Kingdom’s broader tourism plans to attract diverse visitors, strengthen awareness of their iconic locations, and make them more accessible through enhanced connectivity. I have a purpose. “
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