Flynas, the Saudi Arabia national air carrier and the leading economical airline in the Middle East represented by Umrah services, and Careem, the leading multi-service platform in the region, with the support of the General Syndicate of Cars, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to introduce new services and initiatives that will simplify the travel experience of pilgrims.
The partnership between Careem and flynas focuses on enhancing the quality of the services provided to the #pilgrims by integrating the online booking experience for travelers within the Kingdom through the Careem and flynas apps, making it easier than ever for pilgrims to visit Saudi’s historical areas and religious sites in #Makkah and Al-Madina.
Eng. Ziad Shata, Vice President #Hajj & Umrah at flynas: “We look forward to collaborating with Careem to streamline the travel experience for pilgrims and other visitors to Saudi Arabia.
“Careem has been helping pilgrims travel to Makkah and Al-Madina by connecting travelers to airports and destinations since 2015 and we are excited to make the digital travel booking process even more seamless in the months ahead.”
Abdulla Elyas, co-founder of Careem, commented: “We are delighted to be in dialogue with Saudi Arabia’s award-winning low-cost airline.
“Saudi Arabia is a destination for millions of Hajj and Umrah pilgrims every year and our mission is to make their travel experience as simple and hassle-free as possible.”
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