Saudi Arabia Acquires Permission to Offer Hajj Services to Pilgrims in Makkah, Medina, and Other Holy Sites

The announcement comes after the new opening of the Saudia Hajj and Umrah, which represents a turning point in the Kingdom’s dedication to improving trip.
Saudia Hajj and Umrah makes sure that pilgrims receive top-notch services, including providing packages that include flight bookings at domestic and international airports, lodging, city transportation, and organizing trips to Muslim historical sites.
” We are pleased to have obtained this certificate from the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah to increase our services for travelers,” said Amer AlKhushail, CEO of Saudia.
” As we strive to ensure the provision of high-quality services that meet the demands and needs of travelers, this represents a historic milestone for Saudi Arabia.”
” We will provide a system that easily integrates with the techniques and services provided by pertinent organizations committed to serving travellers.”
Regarding Saudi Arabia
King Abdul Aziz received a single twin-engine DC- 3 ( Dakota ) HZ- AAX from US President Franklin D. Roosevelt when Saudi Arabia first began in 1945. This was followed times afterwards by the acquisition of 2 additional DC-3s, which served as the foundation for what would eventually grow to be one of the largest airlines in the world. Saudi Arabia currently owns 144 plane, including the newest and most cutting-edge wide-bodied jet currently on the market, such as the Airbus A320- 214, Aerobus 321 and A330 343 and Boeing B777 368ER.
As a crucial component of its business plan and operational procedures, Saudi Arabia constantly works to enhance its economic performance. The airport is dedicated to leading the market in sustainability and reducing the negative effects of its operations on the environment in the air, on land, and across the entire supply chain.
Saudi Arabia obtains a permit to offer Ritual companies to pilgrims in Makkah, Medina, and sacred sites. 

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