A new Dreamliner plane joins the Saudi Airlines fleet and the Saudi Press Agency


Jeddah, Safar 27, 1442 AH, corresponding to October 14, 2020 CE
A new Boeing B787-10 (Dreamliner) aircraft with registration number (HZ-AR28) arrived at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah today at noon from the Boeing headquarters in the United States of America.
The new aircraft is the latest version of the Dream Jet, the fifth of the eight aircraft that will join the Saudi fleet, respectively.
The Director General of Saudi Arabian Airlines, Sami Sindi, explained that the new aircraft, with its modern technology and high potential, will enhance and support the modern and growing fleet of the national carrier and contribute to the implementation of the operational plans, pointing out that the modernization of the Saudi Airlines fleet is carried out according to a program that takes into account the immediate and future needs of the national carrier, which will serve the objectives. Operational and marketing of “Saudi”.
The B787-10 aircraft is distinguished by its modern features in its interior design and spaciousness of its cabin, which contains 333 seats in the hospitality class and 24 seats in the business class, which has been fully equipped with the latest amenities and communication technology, while saving fuel consumption by (25%) in addition to its ability to reduce harmful emissions. Compared to other wide-body aircraft.
It is noteworthy that the size of the Saudi Airlines fleet currently stands at (144) aircraft, including (33) Boeing (B777-300), (13) aircraft (B787-9) and (5) aircraft (B787-10). In addition to (46) Airbus (A320) aircraft, (15) (A321) aircraft, and (32) (A330-300) aircraft.
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18:37 CE


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