Saudi Arabia signs air services agreement with Poland

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Saudi Arabia-Poland sign deal
Officials during the signing ceremony | SPA

Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Transport and Logistics Services, Eng. Saleh bin Nasser Al-Jasser has signed an air services agreement with the Polish Minister of Infrastructure, Mr. Andrzej Adamczyk.

The agreement intends to enhance cooperation in air transport services between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Poland. The Saudi minister is currently on an official visit to Poland, as per the statement.

According to Eng. Al-Jasser, this agreement is expected to improve communication, increase flights between the two countries, and support tourism and trade. Furthermore, it aims to strengthen Saudi Arabia’s position as a global logistics hub. These objectives align with the Saudi Vision 2030, where enhancing the country’s logistical capabilities is a key focus.

Eng. Al-Jasser emphasized that “the agreement would contribute to the National Transport and Logistics Strategy’s goals. This strategy aims to enhance air connectivity with other countries, with a vision to reach 250 international destinations and transport 330 million passengers annually by 2030.”

The agreement specifically focuses on improving cooperation in air transport services between Saudi Arabia and Poland. It seeks to establish regulatory frameworks and strengthen the civil aviation sector strategy, expanding the operational network of national carriers and promoting international relations in the field of civil aviation between the Kingdom and other countries.

The agreement lays the foundation for regular air services between the two nations, including the launch of the first-ever direct route, as per the media reports. During the meeting, the two ministers discussed ways to enhance bilateral cooperation in the fields of transport and logistics.

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