As He Examines Hajj Services at Jeddah International Airport, the Deputy Governor of Makkah Welcomes Pilgrims from Indonesia

As He Examines Hajj Services at Jeddah International Airport, the Deputy Governor of Makkah Welcomes Pilgrims from Indonesia

Approximately 400 pilgrims from the Indonesian city of Surabaya for Hajj, arrived at the Jeddah international airport early on Saturday, according to the SPA, and were welcomed by Prince Saud bin Mishal bin Abdulaziz, deputy governor of Makkah province.

They were among those who arrived via the “Makkah Route,” a program started by the Saudi government six years ago to make travel arrangements easier for individuals carrying out the Hajj in the Kingdom.

While doing an assessment of the state of work at the King Abdulaziz International Airport’s Hajj and Umrah lounge complex, Prince Saud gave gifts to the arriving pilgrims.

Prince Saud also observed operations at the pilgrim health facility in the halls for the Hajj and Umrah, as well as the group luggage acceptance area, spanning more than 35,000 square meters and including 24 external loading lane stops. The service’s objectives are to make pilgrims’ journeys simple, expedite their paperwork, and deliver their belongings to both their Makkah residence and the Holy Sites.

The deputy governor examined the area set aside for the “Pilgrimage Without a Bag” campaign, as well as the placements of the general area air-conditioned lounges and government offices at the airport.

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