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Saudi Airline resumes full services, launches new aircraft in Kano

Saudi Airline has launched a new aircraft and new office in Kano in an effort to improve access to business, tourism and religious opportunities to…

Saudi Airline has launched a new aircraft and new office in Kano in an effort to improve access to business, tourism and religious opportunities to Nigerians and Africans in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. 

Speaking during the opening ceremony, Consul General to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Kano,  Kahlil Ahmed Admawi said Saudi Airline has been in existence in Kano for many decades as the first branch was opened in the state in 1982.

He said over the past years, it has been serving the people of the state by offering thorough guidance to the populace willing to visit Saudi Arabia for businesses, religious and tourism purposes. 

“Today, we are pleased with the opening of the new Saudi Airline and the new aircraft. It is the right place to guide those wishing to visit the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and enjoy spending comfortable times and tourism in addition to recreational, cultural and health tourism.”

Also speaking, the President of the Coalition of Northern States Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (CONSCCIMA), Alhaji Dalhatu Abubakar said the coming back of Saudi Airline is a welcome development which in return will enhance the economic growth and development of not only Kane state or Nigeria in particular but the entire West African sub-region in general.

On his part, the Country Manager of the Saudi Airline in Sudan and Nigeria, Engr. Emad Assubhi appreciated the Kano community for the good business relationship and hinted at plans to open another branch in Abuja.

 

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