Air Arabia Jordan has announced the launch of a new route from Amman to Riyadh effective 14 April 2016.
Flights will be operational three times weekly. This will be Air Arabia Jordan’s first expansion in 2016 and Riyadh will be the third Saudi Arabian city to be serviced by the carrier after Dammam and Jeddah.
The flights will take off from Amman Queen Alia International Airport at 15:45 and arrive at Riyadh King Khalid International Airport at 17:50. Return flights will depart Saudi Arabia at 18:30 and land in Jordan at 20:15. They will be operational on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
An Air Arabia Jordan spokesperson said: “We are excited to expand this year to Riyadh and continue increasing connectivity between the Levant and GCC. In a short span of time, we have grown significantly in Jordan and will continue to do so carrying forward into the year.”
Air Arabia Jordan commenced operations in Amman in early 2015. Dammam joins Jeddah as Saudi Arabian cities served by Air Arabia Jordan. The carrier also flies to Erbil in Kurdistan Region of Iraq, Sharam El Sheikh in Egypt, and Kuwait City in Kuwait. This announcement is aligned with its strategy of expanding into the Middle East and becoming a key hub of its parent operator, Air Arabia.