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Saudi Arabia offers stopover transit visa

February 2, 2023 01:03 AM


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Saudi Arabia has launched the electronic stopover transit visa for international visitors arriving in the country by air

The transit visa entitles visa holders to stay in the kingdom for four days and the duration of the visa is three months.

Reportedly, the visa is free of cost and it will be issued instantly along with the flight ticket.

The ministry clarified that applications for transit visas can be submitted through the electronic platforms of Saudi Arabian Airlines and Flynas.

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The transit visa allows transit passengers, who wish to enter Saudi Arabia to perform Umrah and visit the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah in addition to travelling inside the kingdom, as well as attending tourism events.

The ministry confirmed that the digital transit visa service will contribute to achieving the objectives of Vision 2030 by strengthening Saudi’s position and benefiting from its distinguished strategic location connecting various continents, and attractive station for transit passengers as well as a global tourist destination.

 



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