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Riyadh is the capital and the largest city of Saudi Arabia with a population of over 7 million residents. Jeddah is its second-largest city with 4 million residents. Both cities are centres of finance, commerce and services of the Saudi kingdom. Along with Yanbu and Jubail, both Riyadh and Jeddah are hubs manufacturing in the country: producing chemicals, machinery, construction materials, clothing, furniture, books and food.

Riyadh is primarily a business and diplomatic destination. It is the political and administrative center of Saudi Arabia with the headquarters of most government bodies located here. Riyadh is also headquarters for a large number of banks such as Al Rajhi Bank, Riyadh Bank, and Arab National Bank and major companies like SABIC, Ma’aden, Amarai and Nadec. In addition, every publicly quoted company on Tadawul (Saudi Stock Exchange) is compelled by law to have an office in the city.

For more than 1400 years, seaport of Jeddah has channelled goods into the Arabian peninsula and has been a gateway to the holy city of Makkah. Over 2 million people pass through Jeddah every year and proceed to Makkah to perform the Hajj and Umrah. Jeddah is also known for its banking sector, its glam malls, upscale department stores and a beautiful waterfront on the Red Sea.

Riyadh is served by the elegantly furnished King Khaled International Airport (RUH). It is the largest airport in the world by land area. Jeddah’s King Abdul Aziz International Airport (JED) is the busiest in Saudi Arabia, with direct connections to more than 110 destinations domestically and internationally.

The Jeddah-Riyadh air-route is one of the busiest in the world with 95 flights every day and serving over 5.5 million passengers annually. The largest operators between Jeddah and Riyadh (with the number of daily departures each way) are Saudia (20), Flyadeal (15) and Flynas (12).

Jeddah at midnight. Photo by Shereef jamal [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

The cheapest flights for this month

Below are some of the best deals is you are flying between Jeddah and Riyadh in the next 30 days. You can sort the tables by Price, Dates and Airlines by hitting the table-headers.

Jeddah to Riyadh (JED-RUH): the next 30 days

Riyadh to Jeddah (RUH-JED): the next 30 days

Airlines Flight number Departure date Return date Stops Price

F3 4614

Nov 24, 2019

Nov 24, 2019

Direct

292

 

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Jeddah to Riyadh (JED-RUH): the next 365 days

  

Riyadh to Jeddah (RUH-JED): the next 365 days

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The Kingdon Tower in Riyadh. Photo by BroadArrow, via Wikimedia Commons

Jeddah Airport

Jeddah is served by the King Abdul Aziz International Airport (JED), named after Saudi Arabia’s founder and the first king. It is the busiest airport in Saudi Arabia in terms of passenger traffic, serving over 34 million passengers annually. More than 70 airlines fly from Jeddah to 130 destinations worldwide. All of the capitals of the Middle East and North Africa are within two hours of flying distance from here.

The most popular domestic destinations from Jeddah are to Riyadh (RUH), Abha (AHB) and Dammam (DMM) and Jazan (GIZ). The most popular international routes from Jeddah are to Cairo (CAI), with around 13 daily flights, followed by Dubai (DXB), Kuwait City (KWI), Khartoum (KRT) and Instanbul (IST).

The airport features a specially designed and purpose-built Hajj Terminal, which has welcomed millions of pilgrims to the holy city of Makkah since 1981. It operates only for three months during the Hajj and remains closed for the rest of the year. The terminal features Teflon-coated fibreglass tents suspended from pylons. It is not enclosed by walls and has natural ventilation, making it an environmentally friendly building. The atmosphere during the Hajj is like a village filled with pilgrims waiting for their bus or flight, shopping in the souk and praying at the mosque within.

Jeddah Airport is undergoing a massive expansion and upgrade to annually accommodate over 80 million passengers by 2035. While the current North and South Terminals continue to operate, a new terminal is being constructed just east of the South Terminal, spread over an area of 200 acres. The new terminal will integrate multimodal transport facilities, a mosque, and a hotel with 120 suites.

Riyadh Airport

Spread over an area of 225 square kilometres, Riyadh’s King Khaled International Airport (RUH) is the secondlargest airport in the world by land area, just behind Dammam’s King Fahd International Airport (DMM). Riyadh is served by around 40 airlines connecting to more than 80 cities around the world.

The most popular domestic destinations from Riyadh are to Jeddah (JED), Abha (AHB) and Dammam (DMM) and Jazan (GIZ). The most popular international routes from Riyadh are to Cairo (CAI), followed by Bahrain (BAH), Kuwait City (KWI), Amman (AMM) and Muscat (MCT).

Riyadh’s airport is beautiful and lavishly decorated, showcasing the Kingdom’s desert roots and wealth to its visitors. A mosque that can accommodate up to 5000 worshippers sits centrally in the passenger terminal. It is one of the first structures passengers see when arriving. The airport also has one of the world’s tallest control towers, standing at 81 meters (266 ft).

There are three operational terminals for passengers that are connected to each other by walkways. Terminal 2 is used SkyTeam Alliance members including Saudia and Flynas. Terminal 1 is used by all other International airlines. Terminal 5 is used for all domestic flights by Saudia, Flynas, Flyadeal and Saudi Gulf. It is linked with Riyadh Metro’s Yellow Line.

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