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10 billion plants will be planted as part of the Saudi Group’s pledge.

Written by Juergen Steinmetz

In line with the Group’s devotion to putting social duty initiatives into practice, the objective is to help plant 10 billion branches across the Kingdom in the ensuing decades.
On November 30 and December 1, 2023, at the Saudia Technic MRO Village in Jeddah’s King Abdulaziz International Airport, Saudi Group people actively participated in the program. The Group hopes to strengthen the values of nationwide belonging, raise awareness of working and green efforts, and promote sustainable development through this important initiative.
Saudia Group is committed to upholding its social duty by actively motivating and involving its staff in volunteer activities, in line with its new method.
These initiatives support Saudi Vision 2030’s goals and help to create a more sustainable future for everyone.
US President Franklin D. Roosevelt gave King Abdul Aziz a single twin-engine DC- 3 ( Dakota ) HZ-AAX when Saudi Arabia first began in 1945. This was followed weeks afterwards by the acquisition of 2 additional DC-3s, which served as the foundation for what would eventually grow to be one of the largest airlines in the world. Saudi Arabia currently owns 144 aircraft, including the most recent and cutting-edge wide-bodied jet, such as the Airbus A320-214, Airis 321-343, Boeing B777- 368ER, and Airibus B787.
Saudi Arabia constantly works to enhance its economic efficiency as a crucial component of its business strategy and operational procedures. The airport is dedicated to leading the market in sustainability and reducing the negative effects of its operations on the environment in the air, on land, and across the entire supply chain.
Saudia Group pledges to grow 10 billion plants as a resource.