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Havaş participated in the Saudi International Airshow with great response

Posted 14 March 2019 · Add Comment

Offering full-fledged ground handling services to customers including Royal Jordanian Airlines, Tunis Air, Air Arabia, Pegasus, Sun Express, Gulf Air, Jazeera Airways, Atlasglobal, Tailwind at Medinah Airport, Havaş promoted its passenger and operation services to the visitors of the show.

Havaş general manager Kürşad Koçak said: “Havaş is glad to participate in this organization, which has gathered all stakeholders in the sectors in Saudi Arabia, and we believe the organization will increase the synergy by enabling new collaborations. Organized for the first time this year, Saudi International Airshow is an indicator of the rapid growth of the civil aviation sector in the Middle East, where there is high potential with the contribution of Hajj and Umrah tourism. Havaş Saudi Arabia, our subsidiary operating at the Medinah Airport, has been continuing its activities since 2014. With our 86 years of experience and highly-skilled personnel, Havaş has become a preferred company in the ground handling services sector, one of the world's most challenging sectors which attaches the highest priority to providing a safe and secure as well as fast service.

He added: “Havaş has included several international airline companies to its portfolio in Medina and continues to improve its collaborations. Furthermore, the company supports its activities with additional investments to increase the efficiency of its operations. Hence, we expanded our Madinah station with the new station building established over a total area of 1,000 square meters, where equipment maintenance and parking area covers 700 square meters, while the offices cover 600 square meters. We will continue our efforts to improve our activities and be considered as a preferred business partner."

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