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“Red Sea International Airport in Saudi Arabia Set to Welcome First International Flight in April”

by Dubaiforum

Red Sea International Airport (RSI) is gearing up for its first international flight in April, marking a significant milestone for the region. The inaugural flight, managed by flydubai, originated from Dubai on April 18 and signifies the beginning of a new flight schedule between Dubai and RSI. This new service offers flights twice a week, enhancing connectivity for residents along the western coast of Saudi Arabia.

With this development, RSI now facilitates eight regular flights per week, solidifying its position as a key transportation hub in the area. John Pagano, the CEO of Red Sea Global, highlights RSI’s strategic location within a three-hour flight radius of 250 million people, emphasizing its capacity to host up to 1 million guests annually at full operation. Additionally, he underlines the airport’s role in showcasing Saudi Arabia as a premier global tourism destination.

Michael White, RSI’s chief commercial officer, expresses excitement about the airport’s growth and emphasizes their commitment to providing exceptional services to passengers and airlines. The airport aims to cater to international travelers while expanding its network to serve the Red Sea region and visitors from around the world.

This expansion and the launch of international flights at RSI demonstrate the airport’s commitment to enhancing connectivity and contributing to the region’s development as a hub for travel and tourism.

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