Just in case this carrier appears in an airline industry version of Trivial Pursuit any time soon, Sama utilized six Boeing 737-300 aircraft and had ten different destinations before things went sour.
If you really had your heart set on zooming in and out of Saudi Arabia, there may still be a shimmer of hope. The company’s CEO did state that they hope to find some money to resume flights within the next few days. For now the planes remain parked, and we have a feeling they’re going to stay that way.
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[Photo: Official Site]