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Emirates Adds Extra Flights For Hajj Pilgrims

Dubai-based Emirates Airline hasannounced the addition of 31 extra flights to Jeddah for the Hajj season. Theadditional flights to Jeddah have been introduced to cater to the increasedpassenger movement during peak Hajj season. The airline has also appointed adedicated group of airport staff to provide ground-handling services topassengers.

Source: www.ameinfo.com

 

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