By 2030, Riyadh Air hopes to welcome 100 million visitors
At the 54th biannual Paris Air Show, Riyadh Air, which will begin flying in 2025, made its worldwide debut.
At the Paris Air Show, Riyadh Air, a new airline from Saudi Arabia, makes its international premiere.By 2030, it will fly to more than 100 locations and welcome 100 million passengers.
At the 54th biannual Paris Air Show, Riyadh Air, which will begin flying in 2025, made its worldwide debut. The kingdom's sovereign wealth fund, PIF, is the owner.
CEO of Riyadh Air is Tony Douglas, a seasoned pilot who most recently oversaw Etihad Airways.
According to its CEO, the airline will not be making any significant aircraft announcements at this week's Paris Air Show despite having placed an order for 39 Boeing Co. 787 Dreamliner jets.
"The airline will bring a new level of attention to detail to the guest experience and has technology that will raise the bar for the industry," the business claimed.
Riyadh Air is anticipated to increase non-oil GDP growth by $20 billion and add more than 200,000 direct and indirect jobs.