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Saudi Arabia eVisa

Saudi Arabia eVisa

Saudi Arabia introduced a new eVisa system in October 2019, dramatically simplifying visa applications for citizens of multiple world countries, including the USA, Canada, China, Japan, Australia, and much of Europe. The new multiple-entry visa will be processed within record time (as quickly as 30 minutes), issued for one year, and will allow visitors to stay in the country for up to 90 days during its validity period. This marks a watershed moment in the country’s history, as Saudi Arabia has historically been off limits to non-Muslim tourists, with visas notoriously difficult to secure. Citizens of countries not covered by the eVisa program will still need to turn to their nearest consulate to obtain a visa.
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Al-Qassim Regional Airport

Al-Qassim Regional Airport

The Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz Regional Airport (ELQ), more commonly known as the Al-Qassim Regional Aiport or simply Gassim, serves flights to various destinations around the Arab world, including the Emirates, Bahrain, Egypt and Qatar, and even reaches as far as Istanbul. It is located about 30 kilometres west of the city of Buraidah and about 40 kilometres from Unaizah, and the best way to get to either city from the airport is to take a taxi, but be sure to agree on a price beforehand.
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