Cheap Air Tickets to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Overview

Riyadh is the largest city and capital of Saudi Arabia. It is slightly east of the center of the country in the heart of the Tuwaig escarpment.

Riyadh is vast and sprawling. Two main roads, namely King Fahd Rd Fahd (running north to south across the city), and Makkah Rd, aka Khurais Rd (west to east), intersect at Cairo Square.

Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Riyadh Airport

Official Name: King Khalid International Airport

Airport Code: RUH

Location: The airport is situated 22 miles (35 kilometers) north of Riyadh.

Hub For: Saudia or (Saudi Arabian Airlines) and Flynas

Interesting Facts: It is the second largest airport in the country after Jeddah Airport

Airlines Operating Flights from USA Cities

Top-rated airlines including Etihad, Ethiopian Airlines, Gulf Air and Turkish Airlines operate on the routes originating from US cities to Riyadh. Though no carriers operate nonstop flights to Riyadh from any of the US cities, you are likely to find the best aviation service with connecting flights. Here is a sneak peek of the airlines and connection airports for flights departing from USA to the destination. More information procured from our travel expert.

Departure City (Airport) Flight Type Connection Airport Carrier
Newark (EWR) 1-Stop Addis Ababa (ADD) Ethiopian
New York (JFK) 2-Stop London Heathrow (LHR)

Bahrain (BAH)

Gulf Air
New York (JFK) 1-Stop Istanbul (IST) Turkish Airlines
New York (JFK) 1-Stop Abu Dhabi (AUH) Etihad
Orlando (MCO) 2-Stop London Gatwick (LGW)

London Heathrow (LHR)

British Airways
Orlando (MCO) 1-Stop Frankfurt (FRA) United Airlines with Lufthansa
Orlando (MCO) 2-Stop New York (JFK)

Frankfurt (FRA)

JetBlue, Singapore Airlines, Lufthansa,
Denver (DEN) 1-Stop London Heathrow (LHR) British Airways
Denver (DEN) 1-Stop London Heathrow (LHR) American Airlines with British Airways
Denver (DEN) 2-Stop Frankfurt (FRA) United Airlines with Lufthansa
Las Vegas (LAS) 1-Stop London Heathrow (LHR) British Airways
Las Vegas (LAS) 2-Stop Chicago O’ Hare (ORD), Istanbul (IST) Turkish Airlines

Best Time to Visit Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

From December to March, that is, winter, is the best time to visit Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. However, the time is accompanied with a stiff surge in airfares as well as hotel accommodation charges. With travellers flocking in, it becomes difficult to find cabs and other services at a reasonable rate. Hence, consider visiting the city during spring (April through May) and fall (September through October) when the weather is pleasant, the crowd is manageable, and rates are justifiable or affordable.

Top Attractions in Riyadh

1. National Museum of Saudi Arabia

Established in 1999, the National Museum of Saudi Arabia is a major national museum in Saudi Arabia. It has been divided into eight “Exhibition Halls” or “Galleries” as follows: Man and the Universe, Arabian Kingdoms, The Pre-Islamic Era (Jahiliyyah), The Prophet’s Mission, Islam and the Arabian Peninsula, First and Second Saudi States, The Unification, The Hajj and the Two Holy Mosques Sheikh Zayed Mosque

2. King Abdul Aziz Historical Centre

The King Abdul Aziz Historical Centre is a must-watch architecture. It stands in proximity to the south around Masmak fort and the main Friday Mosque in the Dira district. A brainchild of King Abdul Aziz, its origin and construction dates back to 1936/37.

3. Masmak fort

Ever witnessed or thought that using clay and mud-brick one could make a magnificent fort? Probably, you haven’t. Seeing believes. Book low-cost flights to Riyadh and visit Masmak Fort. Flanked by four watchtowers and thick walls, founded on stone blocks, lying in the center of Riyadh, the fort challenges architectures of today. This building played a major part in the kingdom’s history.

4. Royal Saudi Air Force Museum

The Royal Saudi Air Force Museum or Saqr Al-Jazira is the pride of Riyadh. Located on the East Ring Road of Riyadh between exits 10 and 11, the museum is a must-visit place if you want to know the defence capabilities of the nation and the innovation that makes it grand. A Saudia Lockheed L-1011 Tristar serves as a gate guard visible from the ring road. Admission is 10 Saudi Riyals (SR)for adults and 5 SR for children. The museum is accessible between 9:00 am and 12:00 noon and from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm daily, and remains closed on Fridays.

Adventures in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

1. Evening Desert Safari

Ever been to a desert? Probably, you haven’t. Booking cheap plane tickets to Riyadh, you can experience the world with a difference. With the Internet in your pocket, it won’t take much time and effort to figure out the vendors offering the evening desert safari services or packages at the best price. On you excursion, you can enjoy BBQ dinner, henna painting, camel ride and belly dance, to name a few.

2. Riyadh, Seaplane Flight

Don’t want to waste your time? Perhaps, this is the best way to learn what Riyadh is all about. The flight allows you to have an aerial view, like a royal official, and take note of everything lying on the ground. Have height phobia? No worries, you will be equipped with all accessories that are made available to military personnel when they are on a mission. You would be accompanied by your guide to understand the ins and outs of Riyadh.