Jeddah Airport 2011

Again from lovely Jeddah and during one of my trips, few aircrafts I could spot in King Abdulaziz Int'l Airport; above two Boeing 747's the one in white livery seems to be of the Royal Flight aircrafts.

From this AP the largest number of Saudi Airlines fleet is being operated since Jeddah is the only aerial port for Umrah and Pilgrimager whom are going to Makkah.

Boeing 747-300 belongs to the privately owned MAHAN Airlines registered "EP-MND" taxiing after landing.

Embraer 190 reg. "VP-COX" belongs to NAS Air, a very successful economic airlines in middle east area especially after the sudden shut down of the similar SAMA Air.

Airbus A330-200 reg. "70-ADT" belongs to Yemenia Airways.

Airbus A320-232 reg. "SU-TCA" belongs to the privately owned ALMASRIA Universal Airlines, note that this airlines' fleet consists of only two aircrafts of this kind. 

Airbus A320 reg. "9K-CAM" belongs to the Kuwaiti origin JAZEERA Airways just cleared to take off.


  1. AnonymousJuly 19, 2011

    Very nice photos R.S. but the Yemenia Airbus seems an A-300 or A-310, not A-330.
    Regards from Spain.

  2. AnonymousJuly 20, 2011

    TJ...thx, it's your first time to comment here...then this date will be historical for me ;)

    Yes, i think you are right, honestly i had another photo for Yemenia A330-200 parking in the same place was taken after 10 days in the same airport, for instant i thought it's the same...

    Thanks for your attention


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