SAUDIA AL FURSAN SILVER AND GOLD CARD MEMBERS CAN NOW ACCESS FREE WIFI – UP TO 100MB – ON ALL SAUDIA FLIGHTS
23
Dec
2018
SAUDIA AL FURSAN SILVER AND GOLD CARD MEMBERS CAN NOW ACCESS FREE WIFI – UP TO 100MB – ON ALL SAUDIA FLIGHTS

SAUDIA AL FURSAN SILVER AND GOLD CARD MEMBERS CAN NOW ACCESS FREE WIFI – UP TO 100MB – ON ALL SAUDIA FLIGHTS

Additional Member Benefit For Al Fursan Members

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Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA) has introduced a new benefit for Al Fursan, the airline’s loyalty program, for Silver and Gold tier members.

With the new member benefit, Silver and Gold Al Fursan guests can access up to 100 MB of free WiFi onboard any internet-enabled SAUDIA aircraft.

The free WiFi entitlement is available on all destinations – both domestic and international – and is a new added benefit now available for the two membership tiers, which guests can enjoy regardless of their travel class or destination.

Guests can access the plan by inserting their ticket number on the WiFi login page and begin surfing the web after a simple sign-in process.

To date, 104 aircraft in SAUDIA’s fleet are enabled with WiFi and GSM capabilities, in addition to the state-of-the-art inflight entertainment systems and features, which includes more than 4000 hours of Hollywood premiere and latest television shows, box sets, music, multi-language, international and children’s programming, as well as digital and audio books, and much more.

SAUDIA flies to more than 95 destinations worldwide, with a modern fleet of 156 narrow and widebody Airbus and Boeing aircraft. The average age of the SAUDIA fleet is less than five years. In 2018 SAUDIA introduced five new routes to its network: Vienna (Austria), Trivandrum (India), Surabaya (Indonesia), Medan (Indonesia) and re-introduced flights to Cochin, India.


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