Riyadh: Saudi Arabia's airports will operate at full capacity

Saudi Arabia announces full operation of airports

Riyadh: Saudi Arabia’s airports will operate at full capacity without restrictions related to corona infection. The Saudi Civil Aviation General Authority (GACA) has provided this important information. As cases of the coronavirus have decreased here, the government’s plan is to gradually lift restrictions on the spread of the corona epidemic, and this decision has been made in view of that.

Saudi Arabia’s airports will operate at full capacity

Saudi Arabia’s airports will operate at full capacity

“The Saudi Civil Aviation General Authority has announced that Saudi Arabia’s airports will be operating at full capacity,” the GACA said in a statement. These regulations will take effect on Sunday.

The principle applies to both domestic and international flights, Yan said. In the meantime, however, you will need to provide information about your vaccination in a special application and confirm it.

Saudi Arabia has lifted a ban on travelers from 11 countries to curb the spread of the coronavirus, the Saudi state news agency said. But still, the quarantine procedure will be necessary.

Since the onset of the epidemic, more than 547,000 cases of corona have been registered in Saudi Arabia and 8,763 people have died. No more than 50 daily cases of infection have been recorded for the past two months. So far, 38.4 million people in the country have been vaccinated.

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