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Flyadeal (F3) seat maps

Flyadeal was founded in 2016 and began its first flights on September 23, 2017. The company is headquartered in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. King Abdulaziz International Airport is Flyadeal's main hub. The company specializes in domestic transportation. Its main flight destinations are: Abha - Abha Regional Airport, Dammam - King Fahd International Airport, Jeddah - King Abdulaziz International Airport Base, Qassim - Prince Nayef Bin Abdulaziz Regional Airport, Riyadh - King Khalid International Airport, Tabuk - Tabuk Regional Airport, Jizan - King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Airport, Medina - Prince Mohammad bin Abdulaziz Airport, Hail - Hail Regional Airport, Taif - Taif Regional Airport, Yanbu - Prince Abdul Mohsin bin Abdulaziz International Airport, St. Alaad - Prince Mohammad bin Abdulaziz International Airport, St. Alaadin - King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz International Airport, Jizan - King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz International Airport, Hail - Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz International Airport. Athan - St.Athan Airport, Cairo - Cairo International Airport, Dubai - Dubai International Airport, Kuwait City - Kuwait International Airport.

Flyadeal is one of the greatest flight companies all over the world. It offers a rich Flyadeal airlines seat map with handy chairs ideal for long air travels. Flyadeal has managed to create a name in the today’s industry, especially taking into account its profit, fleet size, and Flyadeal seatmap. Its fleet contains a rich range of planes. Flyadeal has plenty of hubs globally, with the biggest ones being located in Saudi Arabia/CITY. The corporation has its own FAD, which significantly shortens the things relevant to instituting and analyzing basic international tech requirements for carrier functioning and concept, crash examination, etc. Besides, Flyadeal meets the terms of IATA which is aimed to represent, develop, and serve the airline business. That is why all the airplanes run by a company apply F3 seat map. If individuals want to get a certain airport and its site, they can look for this details using the FAD ICAO code. This is especially handy when Flyadeal plane seat map is a matter of concern for the passenger. Flyadeal is complemented with 10 flight companies with a somewhat diverse Flyadeal flight seat map. The planes go to a large number of places. The planes come with First, Business, Economy Premium and Economy cabins. All of them have diverse props and seat maps. In the biggestity of planes, at least one DC power outlet is present. Depending on the class of a cabin, the carries include innovative features which allow for convenient flight.

Here at seatmaps.com we have compiled the most comprehensive database of airline seatmaps in the industry. Please click on the links below to see the extensive variety of seatmaps within the entire fleet of aircraft that Flyadeal operates.

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Check in rules

Check-in can be done online (via the website or mobile app) or at the airport. Registration desks open two hours before departure and close 40 minutes before departure. Online check-in begins 24 hours before departure and closes 40 minutes before departure.

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Baggage

Each Customer may carry one carry-on bag onboard up to 7kg in weight and no larger than 55 x 35 x 20 cm.The airline fare allows the passenger to carry one piece of hand luggage weighing up to 25 kg with the possibility of buying additional luggage at the official flyadeal website. The dimensions of the checked baggage may not exceed 75 x 50 x 35 cm.

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Unaccompanied minors

Children aged 12-15 years old may travel unaccompanied. The airline does not provide an escort service for minors.

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Infants

Infants under 2 years of age can travel either in a special child seat or on the lap of an adult. Children under the age of 8 days are not allowed on the flight. For safety reasons there is a limit of one infant per adult and one infant per row of three seats.

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Pets

Airline does not accept animals for carriage in the cabin or in the hold of our aircraft.

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