Opt for Best International Airfares with Saudi Arabian Airlines connecting Toronto

Saudi Arabian AirlinesSaudi Arabian Airlines, the flag carrier of this country, started its first flight service to Toronto recently. Its first non-stop flight landed at Pearson International Airport and the Boeing 777-200 aircraft was welcomed with a trademark water salute on arrival. Thus, it has become the fourth airline in the Gulf region to operate to the North American country, Canada. Other than Saudi Arabian Airlines, other carriers that operate on this route are Qatar Airways, Etihad and Emirates. As a result of this initiation of service, people will have more flying options with comparative international airfares while travelling between these regions.

As a result of this initiation of service, there will be three non-stop flights to Toronto every week. The updated Saudi Arabian Airlines flight status has been displayed on popular travel portals. Travellers who want to take its aircraft can consult these websites for checking the timings and booking of tickets.

Increase in Flying Options

This initiation of service will, undoubtedly, increase the number of people traversing between two countries. Furthermore, it will serve different passenger groups frequenting between Saudi Arabia and Canada. On one hand, it will help the Saudi students who have gone to Canada for higher studies, while on the other; it will encourage more Canadians to visit the country during Haj every year.

Better Connectivity

Surveys have revealed that last year more than 3000 people from Canada attended the Haj. Also, it has been observed from official records that over 14000 students from this Gulf nation are enrolled in Canadian colleges and educational institutions. It will also help people from the India to get a one-stop journey to Toronto. Travellers can book Hyderabad to Dubai flights and then plan an onward journey on the new route. As is evident, this new flight makes it all the better for globetrotters to travel around the globe.

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