Saudi Arabia offers new airlines cheap fuel
- Saudi Arabia: Monday, March 04 - 2013 at 06:18
Saudi Arabia's General Authority for Civil Aviation has announced a plan to provide jet fuel at discounted rates, as part of its efforts to woo new airlines to operate flights between Saudi cities, Arab News has reported. "All domestic operators will be given jet fuel at equal rates and the price will be much less than what is available in the neighbouring regions," said the head of GACA, prince Fahd bin Abdullah. GACA has already licensed Qatar Airways and Gulf Air to operate domestic flights along with Saudi Arabian Airlines.
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