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Saudia and Lifebuoy sign hygiene partnership

Posted 21 April 2021 · Add Comment

Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) and Lifebuoy have signed the first of its kind Hygiene Partnership Agreement in the Middle East.

Lifebuoy and Saudia will come together to drive the common goal of keeping citizens, staff & passengers safe and protected on-flight and on-ground.

 

Lifebuoy and Saudia-branded Personal Hygiene Kits will be provided on all International and Domestic Flights. Each kit will carry Lifebuoy Hand Sanitizer Gel and Antibacterial Wet Wipes along with a uniquely designed face mask. Keeping sustainability at heart, all kits are environmentally friendly, reusable, and recyclable.

 

The Personal Hygiene Kits each carry Heritage-themed patterns highlighting and spreading awareness the Kingdom’s regions to the passengers – Najd, Hejaz, Southern, Northern and Eastern provinces. The regional patterns are selected in cooperation with the Saudi Heritage Commission.

 

 

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