Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Saudia Airlines warn passengers of strict dress code

Saudia Airlines warn passengers of strict dress code

Some may not be surprised to see a strict dress code on Saudi Arabian planes, since the country follows a conservative version of Sunni Islam, but others on social media think it has gone too far.
Known as one of the wealthiest nations in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia also has a reputation of restricting women's rights, in line with its interpretation of Sunni Islam, Wahhabism.
Details of the dress code featured on Saudia Airlines website show that the airline requires guests to dress in a way that does not 'cause offense or discomfort to other passengers'.

When the Saudi Makkah newspaper asked the former head of tourism and health, Ali Al Ghamdi, about the rules forbidding women from exposing limbs or wearing tight or transparent clothes he said they did not just apply to the one airline, but that many airlines around the world had a dress code at varying degrees.

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There was mixed reaction on social media, as people used the hashtag #SaudiaAirlines. One man tweeted that it was a positive move for the airline, which bars alcohol on all its flights and provides prayer areas for passengers. While another agreed with the implementation of the code: "I am not obliged to see such clothing in public spaces, great decision on the part of the airline":

 

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