Saudi Arabian Airlines introduces new amenity kits

The national flag carrier of Saudi Arabia launches a set of collector-edition amenity kits under the brand ‘Fly Through Our Heritage’

The new kits will be shared with guests flying on designated as well as long-haul routes
The new kits will be shared with guests flying on designated as well as long-haul routes

Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA) has launched collector-edition amenity kits, according to a report in Saudi Gazette.

Reportedly in collaboration with the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Heritage (SCTH), the kits have a strategic aim to showcase the various distinct colours and patterns unique to each region in Saudi Arabia, the news outlet reported.

The new comfort kits are said to provide a mosaic of colours and images that represent the features and cultural elements from five regions of Saudi Arabia: Southern region (Al-Qatt Al-Asiri Decorative Art), Eastern region (Al-Ahsa Pattern Decorative Art), Western region (Hejazi Rushan Distinctive Wooden Windows), Central region (Najdi Doors Unique Pattern and Decorative Art on Doors), Northern region (Sadou Fabric Craft).

The report said that the new kits will be shared with guests flying on designated as well as long-haul routes, on flights with more than seven hours of flying time.

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