Anger as chaos hits Riyadh airport
Monday, 4 July 2016
The General Authority of Civil Aviation held the Saudi Arabian Airlines responsible for the incident of crowdedness and jam in King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh and said that the chaos took place when the company committed a violation of increasing the number of flights without the approval of the management of the airport. The General Authority of Civil Aviation said that it had taken final and firm decisions to address the problem and ensure that it will not happen again. It also confirmed holding the negligent people accountable and pointed out that it cancelled the additional flights that were not approved by the management of the airport.