Saudia Cargo carries 60 tonnes equipment to Riyadh for Janadriyah festival
Dec 28, 2018: Saudi Airlines Cargo Company has transported equipment for the inauguration ceremony of 33rd National Festival for Heritage and Culture (Janadriyah), organised by the Ministry of National Guard, Riyadh on December 20.
Saudia Cargo shipped 60 tonnes of equipment, tools, screens, and cables from Chalons Vatry International Airport, France to King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh by a B747-400F aircraft on December 8. Later, the whole load was carried back to Vatry by December 24.
Saudia Cargo stated that throughout the years, the company stands by Janadriyah festival deploying all its resources, logistic services and freighter capabilities for the success of this national heritage and cultural great event which comes as part of its continual national role.
Saudia Cargo provides an extensive global network spanning four continents, with different international and domestic destinations; it operates a dedicated freighter fleet and offers ample capacity for its clients with a comprehensive range of air cargo and ground handling services.
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