World's first flying museum launched in Saudia Airlines
New Delhi : In good news for the international travellers, Saudia Airlines has inaugurated world's first flying museum. On November 4, passengers from Riyadh to AlUla became a part of this first-of-its-kind experience and explored the world’s first “museum in the sky”.
According to a report by Arab news, the museum is a collaborated project by the Royal Commission for AlUla and the national flag carrier Saudia. The museum will feature replicas of artifacts that have been discovered in AlUla through archaeological excavations.
For those who have no idea about AlULa, it is a city of the Medina Region in north-western Saudi Arabia and is home to Saudi Arabia’s first UNESCO World Heritage site, Hegra.
So, during your flight journey between the capital and the ancient city of AlUla, you will be able to explore this ancient city’s archaeological finds under this initiative.
Meanwhile the airlines has also introduced the new In-Flight Entertainment System (IFE) channel for the infotainment of passengers.