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Sama Airlines Will Expand Its Fleet

Sama Airlines, Saudi Arabia’s low cost airline, will expand its fleet and add new destinations soon according to a senior airline official.    Sama’s director of marketing said “We are currently reviewing options for adding new aircraft to our fleet and adding new destinations to the sub continent.” 

Faisal Al-Duhaim said their fleet of seven B737 aircraft now serves eight destinations in the Kingdom and seven others in the Middle East.   Sama Airlines signed an agreement with Daihatsu, which was exclusively delivered in the Kingdom by Abdul Latif Jameel Co.
 

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