Saudi Arabian Airlines, also known as Saudi, said it would suspend flights to and from Toronto as of next Monday, Al Arabiya reported Monday.
In an official statement, the airline added that any canceled tickets will be accepted with no cancellation charges to be applied.
They stated that they will make all efforts to find solutions for passengers who have booked flights to or from Canada.
The kingdom froze new trade and investment with Canada on Sunday following Canada’s statement about “civil society activists”. It also recalled its ambassador and gave the Canadian ambassador 24 hours to leave the country.
The Arab League (AL) said Monday it was closely following up the developments of this diplomatic row.
The row emerged as a result of negative approach from some states, increasingly criticizing other countries over domestic affairs, the AL said.
The Arab League voiced its support to Riyadh’s stance concerning its rejection to any interference in its internal affairs.
Earlier, Saudi Arabia expelled the Canadian ambassador and ordered him to leave the country within 24 hours.