The Saudi General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) during the Dubai Airshow confirmed that air travel is the first and last experience for the traveller, stressing that it will offer an unparalleled experience for travellers as part of its strategy for the aviation sector, which will witness a huge investment across all points of contact for passengers, which includes airports, airlines, aircrafts and amenities.
The Vice President for Economic Policies and Air Transport at GACA, Ali Rajab, emphasized in a session that Saudi hospitality on land and in the air is recognized as being among the best in the world.
He went on to explain that this will be achieved through the establishment of a regional aviation hub in Saudi Arabia, where airports across the Kingdom benefit from record investments to develop facilities and improve accessibility.
He proceeded to say: "Through Vision 2030 and GACA strategy, we will witness an increase in traffic to accommodate 330 million passenger flights annually (tripled compared to the current levels) amid services at the highest level.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is taking its world-renowned hospitality to the skies as it intensifies its efforts to be the number one in aviation in the Middle East by 2030.