SAUDIA completes operation relocation to Terminal 4 LHR
Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA) completed the transfer of its operations from Terminal 2 to Terminal 4 at London Heathrow Airport in cooperation with its ground services arm, Saudi Ground Services (SGS) as well as Europe Handling.
The operation was led by General Manager of International Stations, Muhammad Al-Zaydi, a SAUDIA and SGS team and Cobalt, the UK local ground services company a.
SAUDIA and SGS both honored the working teams July 26 for their success in managing the transfer process at Heathrow Airport.
SAUDIA announced the transfer of its operational services at Heathrow Airport in the United Kingdom Terminal 4 on July 7. The airline operates 48 flights between the Kingdom and UK, with a capacity of more than 13,900 seats. Twenty-eight weekly flights fly between Riyadh and London in both directions, with a capacity of 8,100 seats, and 14 roundtrip flights between Jeddah and London with a seat capacity of more than 4,000 seats. There are also six flights between Jeddah and Manchester, with a capacity of more than 1,700 seats.