Saudia and Air France sign code-sharing agreement
Khaled Al-Molhem, CEO of Saudi Arabian Airlines, and Pierre Henri Gourgeon, CEO of Air France-KLM, have signed a code-sharing agreement between the two airlines.
This agreement, which will come into effect on January 10 next year, will enable Saudi Arabian Airlines and Air France to offer their customers daily code-shared flights on Jeddah/Paris/Jeddah and Riyadh/Paris/Riyadh routes.
“Saudi Arabian Airlines and Air France are determined to enhance and strengthen their cooperation in order to further improve the quality of service provided to our customers by expanding our international networks. This code-share agreement is a first step of a partnership which will enable the two carriers to offer a better product while being more effective”, said Al-Molhem and Gourgeon in a joint statement.
The lso gives Saudia the option of transferring from terminal 1 to terminal 2 in Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris, while Air France will be allowed to transfer to the Southern Terminal in KAIA in Jeddah.