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On the back of increased summer travel demand, Saudia Airlines has increased both frequency and capacity on some of its most popular leisure destinations across its network, effective until September 16.

The airline boosted its service to Geneva from one to two flights daily, and added two extra services to its Manchester and Munich routes to provide daily services to both destinations.

Moreover, the carrier increased its long-haul services to Los Angeles from three to five flights weekly. Saudia Airlines also unveiled plans for the upcoming launch of flights to Mauritius, a key holiday destination. 

Presently, the national airline boasts 129 jets, including the market's latest Boeing and Airbus wide-body aircraft, which will be deployed on the upgauged schedules.