GACA in talks with Aramco for reduced aviation fuel price
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GACA in talks with Aramco for reduced aviation fuel price

GACA in talks with Aramco for reduced aviation fuel price

Saudi Arabia's General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) is in talks with Saudi Aramco aimed at persuading the oil giant to reduce its price for aviation fuel and create an atmosphere of fair competition for airlines, Arab News has reported. "Aramco is charging airline companies prices higher than international prices, even in neighbouring countries with lesser potential. For instance, Sudan is supplying fuel to all airline companies at a lower price than Aramco," said vice president of GACA, Faisal Al-Sugair. "It is unreasonable that the world's top oil producer demands a higher price than other countries with lesser oil resources," he said.

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