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Non-muslims are allowed to enter Saudi Arabia freely. However, they are prohibited from entering two areas: The entire city of Makkah. The city of Medina, except for the outskirts (most notably, the area around the airport and its surroundings). They are strictly prohibited near the center of the city, near the areas of the Prophet's Mosque. There is a ...


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As a general rule of thumb airlines do not ban children from any level of service, they will sell tickets to anyone with the cash. My daughter has flown in business class on several airlines without issue and I have seen plenty of kids in business and first class on all the airlines I fly. There are likely some destinations served where cultures keep ...


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The only place children (and minors) cannot be seated is in the exit row. The same goes for anyone physically unable to operate the emergency equipment / exit doors; or is otherwise incapable (for example, there is a language barrier). Other than that, children are allowed on all sections of the aircraft where passengers are allowed. I have personally been ...



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