Saudia is the best airline in Saudi Arabia. Previously, it was called Saudi Arabian Airlines. The company was founded in 1945 and today operates flights to more than 130 destinations. Saudia aircrafts can be seen in North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. The airline is the third largest commercial airline in the Middle East behind Emirates Airline and Etihad Airways.
Most of flights Saudia operates independently. There are also codeshare flights that are organized jointly by the two companies. The list of partners includes Royal Air Maroc, Air France, Oman Air, Kuwait Airways, Czech Airlines.

The airline has a fairly large fleet: there are 173 aircrafts. The leader in terms of quantity is the Airbus A320-200.

Some Saudia destinations: Vienna, Toronto, Munich, Frankfurt, Liege, Athens, Nice, Osaka, Tokyo, Beirut, Islamabad, Rome, Milan.

Arrivals terminal at JFK

The main terminal that serves Saudia flights is terminal 1. Sometimes the airport administration changes the terminal, so take a few minutes before your trip to get the latest information.

Departures terminal

Planes depart from terminal 1 too, but as mentioned in the previous section, the terminal may change from time to time.


Before any trip, you must first go through a check-in. Find out from which terminal your plane will depart. You will need to come there in advance, go through the procedure and get a boarding pass.