Sharjah International Airport provides quality services to Hajj pilgrims

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Passengers expressed their gratitude to Sharjah Airport for the seamless procedures that enabled pilgrims to speed up travel processes.

Gulf Today, Staff Reporter

Sharjah Airport has undertaken remarkable procedures and established quality services to ensure safety and convenience of passengers travelling to Saudi Arabia for the upcoming Hajj season. The airport has deployed these practices to promise quality assistance and ensure a safe travel experience for passengers, in collaboration with the airport’s strategic partners.

The latest practices include performing necessary medical tests, providing crucial guidelines for a safe and convenient travel experience, allocating a lounge with hospitality services, and adding dedicated teams for timely assistance.

Sharjah Airport further offered supporting measures to help expedite the pilgrims’ travel procedures, such as allocation of additional check-in kiosks, passport kiosks, smart enquiries’ word desk, smart gates, luggage transportation vehicles, along with quicker transaction process times.

Passengers expressed their gratitude to Sharjah Airport for the seamless procedures that enabled pilgrims to speed up travel processes, locate their designated gates with ease, as well as receive quality assistance services.

The initiatives reflected the airport authority’s commitment to offering an exceptional travel experience for all travellers.

Sharjah Airport is committed to delivering quality services to passengers, which are in accordance with the highest standards. The airport authority works diligently to serve the increasing number of passengers with exceptional services and support, especially during peak travel seasons like the Hajj. The positive feedback from passengers is further set to promote the Sharjah Airport’s competitiveness in offering superior travel amenities and services.

A recent report says the National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA) and the General Authority of Islamic Affairs and Endowments (GAIAE) announced the requirements for the Hajj in the 1443 AH season.

The two authorities also expressed their appreciation for Saudi Arabia’s leadership, government and people.

The conditions come as a response to the Hajj restrictions announced by Saudi Arabia, which include requiring that pilgrims must not have previously performed the Hajj, be under 65 years old, and have received the approved vaccine shots and a booster shot.

The requirements also include submitting a negative result for a PCR test conducted within 72 hours before arriving in Saudi Arabia, and priority will be given to those who meet the conditions, are registered in the Hajj e-system, and whose data has been previously updated.

 

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