From Islamabad International Airport, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) and Airblue offer direct flights to Jeddah. Saudi Arabian Airlines operate 2 flights on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and a single flight on the rest of the days. PIA offers a single flight on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Airblue operates a single flight on all days of the week except for Mondays.
From Allama Iqbal International Airport in Lahore, Saudi Arabian Airlines operates 2 flights every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. The airline offers a single flight on other days. PIA operates a single daily flight except for Tuesdays. Airblue operates a single daily flight.
From Jinnah International Airport in Karachi, Saudi Arabian Airlines operates 2 flights on Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The airline operates 3 flights on Wednesdays and a single flight on Tuesdays. PIA offers 2 flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and a single flight on other days. Airblue operates a single flight on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
From Bacha Khan International Airport in Peshawar, Saudi Arabian Airlines operates a single flight on Sundays and Wednesdays. PIA operates a single flight on Tuesdays and Fridays. Airblue operates 3 flights per week (every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday).
From Islamabad to Jeddah, direct flights with Saudi Arabian Airlines take 5 hours and 45 minutes. Gulf Air offers the shortest connecting flight. Gulf Air takes 7 hours and 50 minutes and flies via Bahrain.
From Lahore, Saudi Arabian Airlines offers non-stop flights to Jeddah that take 5 hours and 45 minutes minimum. The minimum flight duration on a connecting flight is 7 hours and 20 minutes. Gulf Air is the operating airline and Bahrain is the stopover.
The minimum flight duration on a direct flight from Karachi to Jeddah is 4 hours and 10 minutes with Pakistan International Airlines (PIA). Oman Air offers the minimum time on indirect flights to Jeddah from Karachi – 6 hours and 40 minutes. Muscat is the stopover for Oman Air flights.
From Peshawar, non-stop flights with Saudi Arabian Airlines take 5 hours and 45 minutes to reach Jeddah. The minimum time on an indirect flight from Peshawar to Jeddah is 7 hours and 15 minutes. Gulf Air is the operating these connecting flights.
Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) offers one-stop flights (via Karachi) to Jeddah that take the minimum flight time for this route – 7 hours and 10 minutes.
Weather-wise, the winter season, October to February, marks the tourist peak-season in Jeddah. The climate of Jeddah is overall hot and dry which is why many people prefer to travel during the cooler months. On an average November day, the temperature is 24 °C. The mild and balanced weather makes sightseeing and outdoor tourism easier. Jeddah is also crowded during the month of Ramadan and on the occasion of Hajj.
From June to August (the low-season), prices may drop to an extent. During the summer season, fewer people may be seen travelling to the hot desert climate of Jeddah. When the temperatures skyrocket (45 to 50 °C), outdoor activities and travelling becomes difficult. This is the time when airlines and hotels quote discounted prices and cheap holiday packages.
King Abdulaziz International Airport is the receiving airport for cheap flights to Jeddah from Pakistan. This airport is also known as Jeddah Airport. About a half an hour drive from Jeddah city (33 kilometres), the airport is easily accessible. King Abdulaziz is the busiest airport in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. JED is the IATA code used for this airport. There are three terminals at this airport: the North Terminal (for international flights), the South Terminal (for domestic flights) and the Hajj Terminal (for pilgrims).
Featuring dolphins and other marine species unique to the Red Sea, this aquarium is one of the best places for a family's day out. Learn about the Red Sea and the richness of life that it supports and satisfy your aesthetic cravings at the same time. Develop awareness of aquatic life and start to appreciate it. A visit to this aquarium is beneficial for all age groups.
Al-Shallal Theme Park:
Jeddah offers a state-of-the-art amusement park with amazing rides and three different themes: an Amazon theme, a Far-Eastern theme and a medieval European theme. On-site activities include ice-skating, riding roller coasters and bumper cars. To make it more unique and personal, people can come up with their follow-up activities to top it off.
King Fahd's Fountain:
One of the major attractions in Jeddah, this fountain jets water as high as the Eiffel Tower! Watching the tallest fountain in the world requires no entrance fee. It is a great place for photography or just hanging out, or both. The fountain is operational 24 hours a day so you can visit anytime, whenever convenient.
Al Saif Beach:
What's so special about Jeddah is that it offers variety; side by side amusement parks and shopping malls, Jeddah also boasts a beach that rivals many on the planet. Activities include swimming, kite flying and doing bar b cue on the beachside. On a different note, why not spend some quality time with yourself at the beach? Far from the buzz of big city life, the beach is an ideal location to relax and unwind.
Jeddah Regional Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography:
As the name suggests, the museum centres its efforts on preserving and exhibiting the regional heritage of Jeddah. One will find galleries and artefacts relevant to the region's history and acquire a deeper understanding of the different ethnicities in the region. Archaeological enthusiasts will find many specimens of rare finds and excavation sites to that end.
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