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Saudia offers wifi onboard to 47 destinations

JEDDAH, 5 days ago

Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia), the national carrier of Saudi Arabia, now offers guests flying to 47 international destinations the option to connect onto its wifi service.
 
On six of these routes, to Los Angeles, Washington, New York, London Heathrow, Manchester and Dubai, passengers in Guest Class (Economy) can access complimentary wifi for a 20-minute period, after which several packages are available for purchase.
 
Guests travelling in First and Business Class will receive a complimentary Wifi session on all 47 routes (quota provided varies by route).
 
Packages may be purchased in advance of travel, with a code sent directly by email and to a mobile device, or passengers may use their e-ticket number as the Wifi access code. Pre-purchased packages can be selected during the booking stage on www.saudia.com. Alternatively, packages can also be purchased inflight using a valid credit card.
 
The options provide valuable solutions for guests who wish to casually surf the net, or be connected throughout their journey.
 
The onboard wifi experience is simple and easy-to-use with a two-step login process which the guest can selects upon choosing their desired package.
 
Saudia utilises the Sitaonair system – an inflight Wi-Fi hub providing seamless inflight internet connectivity to travelers. The user-experience has been enhanced with faster speeds, a new sleeker, more intuitive design, with improved navigation and user interface. – TradeArabia News Service



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