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Saudi Airlines launches new service for passengers with disabilities

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Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) has launched a new service for passengers with disabilities, enabling them to access all services of the national carrier, including the discount granted to people with disabilities, through an electronic platform without the need to go to the sale offices, reports the TradeArabia News Service.

The service was inaugurated in cooperation with the Ministry of Labor and Social Development and the e-Government Program Yesser, which works as a link among government agencies in their e-transition journey.

Passengers with disabilities can enjoy all Saudia Airlines services via log in to the Saudia’s website. Apart from discount, passengers with disabilities can request airport assistance, wheelchair, on arrival assistance as well as many types of special meals that can be requested by the guest without any extra charge.

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