One year ago today, women in Saudi Arabia were legally allowed to drive on the Kingdom's roads for the first time, a landmark and life-changing event for many Saudi women and an undeniable leap forward for Saudi Arabia's ongoing economic and social reforms.
As the Kingdom prepares to open itself up to more visitors and boost its tourism industry in line with Vision 2030, the SUSTG team is pleased to cite AramcoExpats.com and their series examining some of the most amazing places that Saudi Arabia has to offer.
Saudi Arabian flag-carrier Saudia announced at the Paris Airshow that is expanding its existing order of Airbus A320neo family of plans from the current number of 35 "to as many as 100, including 35 options," according to reports.
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman gave an interview to the Saudi-owned, London-based Asharq Alawsat newspaper and discussed recent attacks on oil tankers and on the Kingdom's southern border, saying Saudi Arabia does not want a war in the region.
Aramco Expats, an online blog that is a resource for current and former Saudi Aramco expatriates and their families, recently published a series of excellent blog posts on the seven wonders of the Arabia - the best heritage sites and historical places in the Kingdom.