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Nasrair official carrier for Al Dhua

May 12 - Nasair on Monday signed an agreement with Al Dhuha Modern Co, a hajj and umrah operator that allows Nasair to become its official airline carrier for the latter’s pilgrims. Mohammed Jameel Shaarawi, Chairman of Al Dhua, and Ahmed Sultan, Nasair Director signed the agreement.
Talking about the agreement, Shaarawi said: "We are happy to hold the partnership with Nasair. It will provide the carrier relied upon to secure the appropriate air line for our pilgrims and Umrah performers", adding that "also we can now extend our geographic services in many Islamic countries, as we are confident in our ability to transport customers to and from their home nations after the performance Hajj or Umrah in comfort and contentment.”

Similarly, Ahmed Sultan said "that this agreement comes within the scope for expansion of Nasair prospects and their role in the transfer of pilgrims and that agreement with AL Dhuha is particularly important considering that AL Dhuha is one of the key companies in the Kingdom authorized by the Ministry of Hajj to provide services and care for pilgrims since the arrival of the Kingdom tell they leave safety".
 

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