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Saudi reviews preparations ahead of domestic flight launch

RIYADH, May 30, 2020

Senion officials of the Saudi General Authority for Civil Aviation (GACA) visited the King Abdulaziz New International Airport in Jeddah to review preparations as the kingdom gears up to resume domestic flights, reported Saudi Press Agency.
 
The GACA team was led by Minister of Transport Saleh bin Nasser Al Jasser, who is also the chairman of GACA.
 
Al Nasser reviewed preparations at the airport mainly, the passengers terminal and waiting hall as part of the kingdom's Covid-19 precautionary measures, stated the report.
 
During the inspection visit, he was accompanied by GACA President Abdulhadi bin Ahmed Al Mansouri.
 
The Saudi civil aviation authorities are currently shifting the flights to the Hall no.1, at the airport, in collaboration with national airliners, reported SPA.
 
The operation will be, gradually, expanded during the upcoming phases, before reaching full operational capacity, at all airports, in Saudi Arabia, it added.



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