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Jet Aviation to provide ground handling services in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia

Posted 18 September 2018 · Add Comment

Jet Aviation has received authorisation from the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) in Saudi Arabia to provide handling services at Prince Abdul Mohsin Bin Abdulaziz Regional Airport in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia.

 

Jet Aviation is providing round-the-clock flight support services to employees of Saudi Aramco, a Saudi Arabian national petroleum and natural gas company based in Dhahran, as they transit through Yanbu’s Prince Abdul Mohsin Bin Abdulaziz Regional Airport. The company is also pleased to welcome to Yanbu all of its business aviation customers traveling in the region.

“We have experienced increasing demand for passenger assistance at Prince Abdul Mohsin Bin Abdulaziz Regional Airport and have expanded our service offering to ensure clients receive properly coordinated ground handling services that meet their needs,” said Khaled Al-Ghamdi, general manager of Jet Aviation in Saudi Arabia.

Jet Aviation's ground handling services at Yanbu include passenger and baggage handling, immigration and customs clearance, transportation, hotel and catering coordination, aircraft refueling, cleaning and turnaround assistance.

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