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Yemen Airways Launchs Online Booking

Yemen Airways has announced that the airline’s passengers can now avail an online booking facility. The service on www.yemenia.com  will make booking flights easier for domestic and international passengers.

"This is an exciting time for our airline. Being able to provide self-service booking to our passengers is great progress. It makes the booking process easier and also will also save us significant costs. Our hope is to have eight to 20 per cent of our total sales made on our website which could result in up to $400,000 savings,” said Captain Abdulkhalik Alkadi, Chairman of the Board of Yemen Airways.

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