Say you've just been given a DC3 from Franklin D. Roosevelt. What would you do? If you were King Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia, you would find the Kingdom's first airline with it, to the benefit of weary pilgrims from far away. That's how Saudi Arabian Airlines, now known as Saudia, started, flying routes to Palestine, Pakistan and Turkey.
60 years have passed since those routes were inaugurated, and people from 4 continents and as far away as Los Angeles can fly non-stop to the new airport in ......