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Jet Aviation has recently extended its support services to a network of six additional airports in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. These include Abha Airport, Taif Airport, Al-Baha Airport, Najran Airport, Gizan Airport and Rafha Airport.

In direct response to customer demand, Jet Aviation Saudi Arabia is now offering agent assistance upon request at six additional domestic airports, including Abha Airport (AHB/OEAB); Taif Airport (TIF/OETF); Al-Baha Airport (ABT/OEBA); Najran Airport (EAM/OENG); Gizan Airport (GIZ/OEGN); and Rafha Airport (RAF/OERF).

 

Six additional airports

Jet Aviation has recently extended its support services to a network of six additional airports in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. These include Abha Airport, Taif Airport, Al-Baha Airport, Najran Airport, Gizan Airport and Rafha Airport.

In direct response to customer demand, Jet Aviation Saudi Arabia is now offering agent assistance upon request at six additional domestic airports, including Abha Airport (AHB/OEAB); Taif Airport (TIF/OETF); Al-Baha Airport (ABT/OEBA); Najran Airport (EAM/OENG); Gizan Airport (GIZ/OEGN); and Rafha Airport (RAF/OERF).

 

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Jet Aviation has recently extended its support services to a network of six additional airports in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. These include Abha Airport, Taif Airport, Al-Baha Airport, Najran Airport, Gizan Airport and Rafha Airport.

In direct response to customer demand, Jet Aviation Saudi Arabia is now offering agent assistance upon request at six additional domestic airports, including Abha Airport (AHB/OEAB); Taif Airport (TIF/OETF); Al-Baha Airport (ABT/OEBA); Najran Airport (EAM/OENG); Gizan Airport (GIZ/OEGN); and Rafha Airport (RAF/OERF).

“Our goal is to continue growing our presence and business aviation offerings where they add value to our customers,” says Alain Champonnois, vice president and general manager of Jet Aviation Saudi Arabia. “Many of our international clients traveling within Saudi Arabia needed additional help at the smaller domestic airports where less English is spoken. We can now dispatch a qualified handling professional to an off-site facility to ensure they receive support services that meet their discerning standards.”

 

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