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Saudia partners with Dettol Arabia

Posted 16 July 2020 · Add Comment

Saudia has partnered with Dettol Arabia, to help its guests as well as cabin crew access industry leading hygienic products throughout flights.

Saudia partners with Dettol Arabia.  Image: Saudia

Dettol will provide a steady supply of hygiene products such as wipes to all on-board. These products are facing growing demand from consumers taking hygiene precautions to prevent the spread of the COVID-19. SAUDIA operates domestic and international flights to more than 95 destinations in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe and North America and the wellbeing of its customers and cabin crew remains a top priority.

 

“We are delighted to be working with Dettol at such a crucial time, raising awareness of hygiene whilst creating a safe environment for all on-board” said Saudi Arabian Airlines Vice President Corporate Communications, Fahad Bahdailah.

 

Bahdailah added: “The safety of our guests and cabin crew is at the heart of the company and through this partnership we look forward to rolling out an added layer of hygiene to our customers, ensuring their flight experience with us is of the highest quality and safety standards.”

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