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SaudiGulf offers chauffeur drive package through Avis partnership

Posted 11 July 2017 · Add Comment

SaudiGulf Airlines is to launch a new chauffeur service which will be available for all passengers following a new partnership with Avis.

This service which can be booked along with the air ticket, will allow passengers to be picked up by the chauffeur at their point of origin to be taken to the airports, and be greeted after landing by a chauffeur to be driven to their destination.

Announcing this new product extension, CEO Samer Majali, said, “SaudiGulf’s boutique offering is focused on providing quality service at every touch point, where every passenger receives individual attention. The SaudiGulf Chauffeur service allows us to extend this genuine hospitality and offer customers a highly personalised, reliable and convenient chauffeur service.”
SaudiGulf currently operates flights from Dammam to Riyadh and Jeddah, and between Jeddah and Riyadh.
 

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