Today, the main station of the Ajman Transport Authority witnessed the launch of the first Hajj tours in cooperation between the Transport Authority in the emirate and the Saudi transport company “SAPTCO”, for the first time in the Emirate Ajman..
The first Hajj campaign included a Russian regiment arriving by plane to the Emirates, and then continuing its journey overland from the Ajman bus station to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia within the framework of the facilities that the Ajman Transport Authority sought to make available within for its main railway station..
The Executive Director of the Commercial Services Corporation of the Ajman Transport Authority, Ahmed Saqr Al Matrooshi, said that the Transport Authority has established its headquarters to be a place for international road transport, and it contains the first office outside Dubai for Emirates Airlines, and it second office of Emirates Airlines in terms of the number of services.
Al-Matrooshi added to “Emirates Today”: “We facilitate land and air transport procedures inside the station. We have limousine services for airport transfers, in addition to Emirates Airlines services and land transport lines to neighboring countries, including Oman, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Jordan, so the station includes offices for companies operating weekly flights. ” He continued: “We advertise passenger services for those wishing to travel overland, and we also coordinate with Emirates Airlines to complete procedures for air passengers from the station’s headquarters before going to the airport,” and stressed that the station is the first of its kind for international passenger transport in the UAE..
He pointed out that travelers book tickets online from the company and the role of the authority is to facilitate pilgrims by providing the most comfortable place for them, and pointed out that the first group comes from Russia and moves in 50 buses with a total of 200 passengers . . He pointed out that the total number of groups traveling overland to perform Hajj is 7,000 passengers via 400 buses, noting that this is the first time that Hajj flights have departed from Ajman.
He explained that the traveling regiment would move to Saudi Arabia through the Saudi Land Transport Company, which would facilitate border procedures and permits for them..
Al-Matrooshi said: “We try hard to support and encourage public transport and we also encourage investment in it with the aim of facilitating passengers and providing them with the best service,” and stressed that TIR prefers to be from one. place to organize the issue in the greatest possible way, which is what we have done.
He stated that after the establishment of the station dedicated to land transport, it became a destination for those who wanted to travel overland between the Emirates and neighboring countries, and since many countries use the Emirates as a transition to the Holy Land, the importance of the station is has emerged as a link between travelers arriving by plane and traveling to the Holy Land by land..
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