Starting a new civilized Al-Ula project

His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, inaugurated the new design map of the Al-Ula project, which includes the oasis of history and capital of heritage, starting from 2023 until the project is completed in 2035.

This project is the most important project of Al-Ula, as the project aims to provide 38 thousand new jobs, with the allocation of 120 billion Saudi riyals in the Kingdom’s GDP in order to receive 2 million visitors and the establishment of 9 thousand hotel rooms by 2035 through 20 km starting from the center of Al-Ula and the old city And through the Dadan oasis, Mount Ikea, the Nabatean oasis, and even the ancient stone called “Through Time”, this comes after allocating 80% of the total area of ​​Al-Ula as natural reserves to revive plants and restore the ancient and natural systems in them and rehabilitate 10 million square meters of green spaces in conjunction with the launch of Crown Al-Ahd is the Green Middle East project with the establishment of 15 new cultural and tourism facilities, including museums, galleries, and tourist attractions, to be major landmarks for each center, with the construction of the Al-Ula train linking the airport and visiting points.

It is noteworthy that the Al-Ula domestic airport was transformed into an international airport after it fulfilled all operational requirements in accordance with international standards and in line with the needs of international bodies and the competent authorities operating at the airport, and the development work included doubling the capacity from 100 thousand to 400 thousand passengers annually while increasing the capabilities of the aviation yard. To be among the largest 10 airports in the Kingdom with an area of ​​49 thousand square meters, which can accommodate 15 commercial aircraft.

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