RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) continues to receive tourists from all over the world through a package of services offered at its four airports.
This comes after the Kingdom announced opening its doors to welcome the world through the launch of the e-tourist visa.
The four airports include King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, King Abdul Aziz International Airport in Jeddah, King Fahd International Airport in Dammam, and Prince Mohammed bin Abdul Aziz International Airport in Madinah.
GACA has prepared terminals equipped with the necessary infrastructure, including electronic services, multilingual signboards, queues for all tourist visas and queues for first class, business class and GCC citizens.
It has also allocated booths for the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH) to provide support for tourists at airports.
Arrival terminals have also been provided with Internet services to improve and develop the visitor experience in all airports.
Recently, the SCTH launched the e-tourism visas services and citizens of 49 states were allowed to obtain visas through the platform visa.visitsaudi.com, or by visiting the department’s offices upon arrival in the Kingdom.
The commission said that any tourist can obtain a visa through self-service devices, smartphones, or visa offices at entry inlets. The tourist can stay in Saudi Arabia for a maximum 90 days during a given year.