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Emirates News Agency - Sharjah Airport Receives First Ukrainian "Biz Air" Flight

Emirates News Agency – Sharjah Airport Receives First Ukrainian “Biz Air” Flight

Sharjah, October 24 / WAM / Sharjah Airport receives the inaugural flight of the Ukrainian company “Peace Airlines” from Kiev International Airport. The highest and most advanced standards of service.

The inaugural flight reception was held in the presence of Sheikh Faisal bin Saud Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Sharjah International Airport Authority, as the plane crossed the curves of traditional water sprayers and landed on the runway at Sharjah Airport. Director and Hon’ble Dr. of Sharjah Airport Authority. Accompanied by Oleksandr Komiyak, Ukrainian Ambassador to Dubai, and Rami Aziz, Chief Executive Officer of the Dais Tour Group in the United Arab Emirates, and officials from a number of strategic partners at Sharjah Airport.

Ali Ex Salem Al Midba said: “We welcome the choice of Air Base to Sharjah Airport as an airport and its airport with a travel experience with many integrated services provided by the airport, which provides a greater network of passengers. . ”

Al Midba said that Sharjah Airport is considered as one of the major destinations in the global travel and tourism map as a result of the continuous development strategies followed by the Sharjah Airport Authority. Leadership by strengthening relationships with existing partners and attracting new partners, providing all customers with a safe, smooth and enjoyable travel experience at various stages of their journey.

For his part, Rami Aziz said: “We are pleased to collaborate with our partners at Sharjah Airport and their continued support to enhance tourism activities in the Emirates, attracting more visitors from around the world, especially from Ukraine. One of the main destinations for them to visit in the region is the UAE.”

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He added, “We will work to provide more Ukrainian tourists with the opportunity to travel to the United Arab Emirates, in return for regular flights to both countries via Sharjah Airport so that the country’s citizens and residents can travel to Ukraine.”

The company seeks to capitalize on the growing demand for Sharjah and travel by operating the Boeing 737-800 at a rate of two flights per week. Sharjah enjoys an advanced tourism system and a variety of cultural and entertainment elements.

Um / Patol Kashwani / Dina Omar