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Saudi Arabian Airlines opens office in New Delhi

The new office was inaugurated by Saudi Arabia’s Ambassador to India, Saud bin Mohammed Al-Sati, in the presence of the diplomatic corps of the embassy in India and senior officials from the airline.
Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) recently launched its new office in New Delhi, India.
The new office was inaugurated by Saudi Arabia’s Ambassador to India, Saud bin Mohammed Al-Sati, in the presence of the diplomatic corps of the embassy in India, senior officials from the airline, as well as customers and travel agents in India.
The airline’s new city office is located in the historical area, Connaught Place, in the central business district of New Delhi.
Saudia’s new head office in India is welcoming guests for all of their booking requirements with the airline. During the event, officials participated in a ribbon cutting and reveal ceremony.
Ambassador Al-Sati also invited guests for a tour of the facilities, accompanied by Saudia’s country manager in India, Ibrahim bin Mohammed Al-Qubbi, who briefed guests on the state-of-the-art Saudia fleet and new onboard services being provided to guests.
The airline’s new office includes a service counter for ticket sales, training and development, reservations, travel agents, finance, administration, and a stakeholder coordination office with the Indian aviation authority. The office provides guests with expedient services, enabled by modern electronic reservation and ticket issuing systems.
Al-Sati also spoke to guests about the developments of the national carrier of Saudi Arabia, including its updated fleet and the improved services, which reflect a comprehensive transformation plan tied to Vision 2030.
The opening of the new office serves to further reinforce the strong ties and relations between the two countries.
Saudia caters to a large number of guests from the Indian community, whether it is for Umrah and Hajj travel, or Indian expatriates who are currently employed in the Kingdom, or traveling in transit with Saudia to reach one of the Indian cities the carrier flies to.
Al-Qubbi informed guests that India is the largest country on the Saudia route map in terms of the number of destinations. Altogether, the airline flies to eight destinations in India: Mumbai, Delhi, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Trivandrum and Kochi.
He said the number of passengers, total flights and seat capacity between Saudi Arabia and India is witnessing exponential growth. The average number of weekly flights to and from India is currently 134.

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