Starting from November 19th, the routes into AlUla will take off from Dubai and Kuwait.
Domestic routes added as part of the expansion include Riyadh, Dammam and Jeddah.
The announcement marks the first time that international travellers will be able enjoy direct access to what Saudi authorities are branding one of the most significant archaeological and historical sites in the world.
The first flight to AlUla will be inaugurated a week on Friday, from Dubai International Airport during a special ceremony.
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