All international flights continue to be suspended and will remain so until further notice, the Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) reiterated on Sunday.
Flights will resume gradually and the schedule will be announced through official channels, the airlines said on its official Twitter account.
It said international flights allowed at the moment are only incoming flights carrying stranded Saudi citizens who are availing of the services provided in the "Awdah" (return) platform.
Saudia also announced its domestic flights schedule, tweeting that flights between Jeddah and Hail will start operating on Monday, June 15.
Meanwhile, the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) has added five airports where domestic travel could be resumed. These are Bisha, Taif, Yanbu, Hafr Al-Batin and Sharourah.
GACA resumed domestic flights on May 31 after consultations with the competent health authorities and in compliance with the controls and precautionary measures taken to counter the new coronavirus pandemic.