Agreement between SaudiGulf and Boeing for 16 aircraft

The manufacturer Boeing has announced that the new Saudi Arabian carrier SaudiGulf Airlines could take as many as 16 widebody aircraft. These announcements are conducted within the framework of the visit of United States President Donald Trump to Saudi Arabia, and are part of a broad contract between Boeing and the Saudi Kingdom which also included a number of military aircraft and servicing agreements. SaudiGulf, based in Dammam, recently became the Kingdom’s third airline after Saudia and flynas; And operates services to Jeddah, Riyadh and Abha with a fleet of 4 Airbus A320…

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