Saudi Arabian Airlines, Haramain High-Speed Railway sign deal on services

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The agreement will allow the airline to open offices in HHSR stations in Makkah, Madinah, Jeddah, King Abdul Aziz International Airport and King Abdullah Economic City. (SPA)
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The agreement will allow the airline to open offices in HHSR stations in Makkah, Madinah, Jeddah, King Abdul Aziz International Airport and King Abdullah Economic City. (SPA)
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The agreement will allow the airline to open offices in HHSR stations in Makkah, Madinah, Jeddah, King Abdul Aziz International Airport and King Abdullah Economic City. (SPA)
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The agreement will allow the airline to open offices in HHSR stations in Makkah, Madinah, Jeddah, King Abdul Aziz International Airport and King Abdullah Economic City. (SPA)
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The agreement will allow the airline to open offices in HHSR stations in Makkah, Madinah, Jeddah, King Abdul Aziz International Airport and King Abdullah Economic City. (SPA)
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The agreement will allow the airline to open offices in HHSR stations in Makkah, Madinah, Jeddah, King Abdul Aziz International Airport and King Abdullah Economic City. (SPA)
Updated 31 May 2019

Saudi Arabian Airlines, Haramain High-Speed Railway sign deal on services

  • Passengers will benefit from an app to manage travel procedures and baggage transfer from HHSR stations to airports

RIYADH: Saudi Arabian Airlines and Haramain High-Speed Railway (HHSR) have signed an agreement to provide integrated transport services.
Passengers will benefit from services such as an app to manage travel procedures and direct baggage transfer from HHSR stations to airports.
The agreement will also allow the airline to open offices in HHSR stations in Makkah, Madinah, Jeddah, King Abdul Aziz International Airport and King Abdullah Economic City.
The venue for the signing ceremony was the HHSR station in Jeddah.The agreement was signed by the president of the Saudi Railways Organization, Dr. Rumaih bin Mohammed Al-Rumaih, and the general director of Saudi Arabian Airlines, Saleh bin Nasser Al-Jasser, in the presence of officials from both organizations.
The agreement is in line with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 reform plan.


Coalition destroy Houthi drone targeting Saudi Arabia

Updated 23 October 2020

Coalition destroy Houthi drone targeting Saudi Arabia

  • The drone was targeting civilian areas in the south of the Kingdom
  • Saudi Arabia last week denounced the Houthi militia’s continued launch of drones targeting civilians in the Kingdom

DUBAI: Saudi-led Arab coalition intercepted a Houthi drone targeting civilian areas in the Kingdom on Friday, state news agency SPA reported.
“Forces of the Arab coalition have destroyed a drone launched by terrorist Houthi militants on civilian areas in the south,” Spokesperson Col. Turki Al-Maliki said.
Saudi Arabia last week denounced the Houthi militia’s continued launch of drones targeting civilians in the Kingdom.
The attacks are carried out in “a systematic and deliberate manner, which is a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law and its customary rules,” the Saudi council of ministers said in a weekly meeting.
The cabinet said the Kingdom wanted to “promote the values of pluralism and international cooperation stipulated in the United Nations Charter, in order to achieve sustainable development plans and goals and overcome challenges to reach a more inclusive and just world.”
The council reviewed a number of other issues and regional and international developments.
The ministers also said recent positive estimates of credit rating agencies on the Kingdom’s economy reflected its ability to face global economic challenges.