KEY POINTS:

1 – The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will celebrate the 91st anniversary of its National Day on September 23, 2021
2 – Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudi Arabia) has completed preparations to present an air show on September 23 entitled ‘Hi Lana Dar’ (This is our home).
3 – Air shows on National Day will get held in Jeddah, Riyadh, and Al-Khabar from September 20 to 25 – Saudi pilots will present air shows on the occasion.

WHEN WILL SAUDI ARABIA CELEBRATE ITS 91ST NATIONAL DAY?

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will celebrate the 91st anniversary of its National Day on September 23, 2021

According to the state-run news agency SPA, Saudi Arabia’s national day will be a holiday for public and private institutions employees to celebrate the national day with their families.

In Saudi Arabia, according to the law of labour and holidays, one day is off on the national day of Saudi Arabia. National Day comes in Every year on September 23.

This year, September 23 is Thursday, which will allow government employees to have three holidays. Friday and Saturday will be weekly holidays. Government employees will return to duty on Sunday, September 26, 2021. 

SAUDI AIRLINES DECIDED TO PRESENT AN AIR SHOW ON 91ST SAUDI NATIONAL DAY:

Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudi Arabia) has completed preparations to participate in the 91st National Day. An air show is in the plan for September 23. Also, its title is ‘Hi Lana Dar’ (This is our home). The Department of Entertainment organizes it.

According to the SPA, Saudi Arabia has been serving its beloved homeland for more than 75 years. Also, it has become the most prominent national airline in Saudi Arabia in the field of air travel. 

WHEN AND WHERE WILL THE AIR SHOW HOLD?

Air shows on National Day are in Jeddah, Riyadh, and Al-Khabar from September 20 to 25.

Furthermore, Al Saudia will participate in the national air show with two Boeing B9-787 aircraft. Both planes are adorned with portraits of the founder of the kingdom, King Abdul Aziz, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, and Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman.

In addition, Saudi Airlines imprinted memorable logos on both planes to mark the 75th anniversary of the founding of Saudi Arabia

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