Saudi Arabia's Almosafer launches flight bookings

Service launched for visitors travelling to and from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The service is available in Arabic and is compatible with 500 global airlines.
The service is available in Arabic and is compatible with 500 global airlines.

After successfully running its hotel reservations platform, Saudi Arabia’s Almosafer has now released its new flight reservation feature for both their web and mobile app platforms.

The service is valid for customers travelling to and from the Kingdom through more than 500 airlines globally.

The founder and CEO of Almosafer Farooq Aljeraisy said: “The Kingdom is currently undergoing a revolutionary transformation under the leadership of King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to achieve sustainable development to build a brighter economy.

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“One of the key sectors witnessing this change is travel and tourism. We are in sync with all the progress in this sector and are positioning Almosafer as a spearhead in this development.”

Aljeraisy confirmed that users can now compare flight rates and instantly get the best possible rates through the mobile application, making it easier, safer and more convenient than traditional booking channels.

The portal also provides a call center to re-confirm any amendments and address any inquiries about the booking.

Almosafer is a Saudi Online based travel agency, which is a subsidiary of Al Tayyar Travel Group, established in 2013.


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