Saudia ranks 9th globally in On-Time Performance for 2023

Amongst Top 10 punctual airlines for 76 consecutive months in 2023
2024-01-15
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Saudia ranks 9th globally in On-Time Performance for 2023

Saudia’s performance in global OTP rankings is driven by the Saudi Aviation Strategy

Saudi Arabian flag carrier Saudia has been ranked 9th among global airlines in the On-Time Performance 2023 report by Cirium.
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Saudia, the national flag carrier of Saudi Arabia, has ranked 9th among global airlines in the On-Time Performance for the year 2023 by Cirium.

According to the annual report by aviation monitoring firm Cirium, Saudia’s feat follows outstanding performances throughout the year 2023 in which it has secured a place in the top 10 for six consecutive months.

The report says that Saudia’s performance in global OTP rankings is driven by the Saudi Aviation Strategy objectives which aims to turn Saudi Arabia into a leader in the global industry by enhancing the customer experience.

In a press statement, Saudia says that this strategy aligns with its expansion goals as the airline works towards bringing around 330 million visitors to the Kingdom by 2030. Saudia says that by continuously ranking as one of the top performing airlines, it is working towards its goals of becoming an industry-leading airline and bring the world to Saudi Arabia.

The airline says that its transformation program, encompassing plans and initiatives across all sectors of Saudia Group, has played a significant role in improving operational efficiency and securing this global position.

The statement adds that the integration of digital systems has been a key driver in enhancing this outstanding performance, coupled with the strategic development of King Abdulaziz International Airport. It also reflects the dedicated efforts of the Saudia Flight Operations Center, housing the largest Integrated Operations Control Center (IOCC) in the Middle East, enabling the airline to achieve global records in flight punctuality.

Saudia says that it has invested significantly in upgrading its aircraft and currently operates one of the youngest fleets in the world. The airline serves an extensive global route network covering around 100 destinations across four continents, including all 28 domestic airports in Saudi Arabia.

The addition of new aircraft to its fleet has significantly contributed to this major achievement, reflecting the Saudia’s commitment to actively contribute to the goals outlined in Saudi Vision 2030, the statement says.

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