Airline fees at key Saudi Arabian airports to be cut by up to -35%

Airport fees for airlines operating out of major airports in Riyadh, Jeddah and Damman will be slashed by up to -35% later this year. The move by Saudi Arabia’s General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) is designed to lure more airlines to the Kingdom and inject growth into the country’s tourism industry.

The initiative is good news for the country’s burgeoning travel retail sector as it places much more emphasis on growing airport non-aeronautical revenues.

The reductions will apply to airlines flying out of King Khalid International, King Abdulaziz International and King Fahd International airports.

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