Currently, the airline has four aircraft of the type Boeing 737-300.
The low-cost airline Sama Airlines was established in May 2007, in Dammam, by the investment company Enterprises Ltd, under the directorship of Prince Bandar bin Khalid al Faisal. The new company received the necessary know-how to begin operations from Mango Avion Partners from Great Britain, a company specialised in low cost airline start ups which had already in the past successfully placed other airlines, thanks to their experience in the international aviation market.
Currently, Sama flies from its hubs in Riyadh and Dammam only to the Saudi Arabian cities of Gizan, Jeddah, Medina and Abha. More domestic air routes are planned for the future.