Human rights groups have long accused Saudi Arabia of thousands of civilian deaths caused by the country's bombing campaign in Yemen.
Saudi jets also severely damaged Sana'a's International Airport, often referred to as El Rehaba Airport, but it is not clear whether there were any casualties.
Several aerial attacks were also carried out against Sahar and Ghamr districts at Sa'ada province, located some 150 miles to the north of the capital Sana'a, and al-Ghayl district of the northern province of Jawf, but there were no reports on the scale of the damage or if there were any casualties.
Last month, at least 11 people were killed and 19 injured in an airstrike that destroyed a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Yemen. Only several days earlier the Middle East country bombed a food processing plant and a school.
The US administration has repeatedly been condemned for fueling the Yemeni conflict and indirectly supporting illegal attacks by supplying Saudi Arabia with weapons worth tens of billions of dollars.