Saudi Arabia: Riyadh Air to create 200,000 jobs
The new Saudi national airline “Riyadh Air” announced by the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Muhammed Bin Salman, will become operational in the next two years.
This was stated by the CEO of this newly proposed airline, Tony Douglas, while talking to the government-sponsored Saudi TV channel Al-Arabiya.
It should be remembered that on March 12, Saudi Crown Prince Muhammed Bin Salman announced the establishment of the new Saudi airline “Riyadh Air”. According to the plan, this airline will connect Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, with around 100 international airports.
MBS had said that the establishment of “Riyadh Air” will be implemented under the Public Investment Fund.
It should be remembered that Mohammed bin Salman is the head of this fund, which is an empowered and wealthy fund and has its reputation around the world.