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Saudi, UAE airlines prepare for surge in Hajj pilgrim numbers
"Airlines around the Gulf have leased additional aircraft to meet the demands of growing number of pilgrims headed to Saudi Arabia's cities".
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Haramain High-Speed Railway used by 50,000 pilgrims for Hajj 2019 -
"Official says special schedule was prepared for Hajj 1440AH, including 192 trips from Madinah and Jeddah to Makkah".
Work in full swing to transform Al-Ula Airport into aviation hub -
"The airport will have an increase in capacity from 100,000 passengers to over 400,000 a year".
Al Mashaaer Metro transports over one million pilgrims in 45 hours -
"Crowd management plans this year have contributed effectively to the success of the movement of pilgrims to the Ascent and Nafrah and to the Jamarat Complex".
Why co-working spaces could be the future in Saudi Arabia -
Research says requirements of workplaces in the kingdom have moved from traditional office spaces to a more flexible environment
International flights to take off from new Jeddah airport -
"The Saudi Arabian Airlines flights will depart from Terminal 1 bound for Abu Dhabi, Bahrain and Muscat".
GACA applies precise standards to improve its services -
"GACA is keen to highlight its achievement in developing and improving the services provided to all its passengers throughout the Kingdom airports".
Uber launches Check Your Ride reminder in the region -
"Drivers see the rider’s name in their app, and the driver’s name is displayed in the rider’s app".
Privatization of inter-citytransport services in cards -
"The bus transport services between Saudi cities and towns have been divided into five main regions of franchise".
Abha airport expansion project launched -
"It is aimed at achieving the sustainable development of the Saudi national economy".
Saudi Arabia to build world’s first long-range hyperloop test track -
"The hyperloop technology is expected to reduce journey times across Saudi Arabia and throughout the Gulf".