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Hadid International steps up flight support service in Africa

Posted 26 August 2013 · Add Comment

Hadid International Services – the Dubai headquartered flight support company - has stepped up its presence and support in Africa having added in-house staff to supervise activities in Ethiopia, Djibouti and Republic of Congo.

“Hadid’s supervisors have full access to all the national airports in these countries and besides handling supervision and airport fees payment, the supervisors are also able to arrange transportation and hotel bookings at highly competitive rates,” the company said in a statement.
“This move comes in an effort to fill in the gap due to the lack of infrastructure and high level of service, considered as a prerequisite in the business aviation industry. Our supervisors will fill this gap by coordinating all the required services with various parties at the airport to ensure on time flight departure” said Mohammed Abu Libdeh, Hadid’s CEO.
Since credit cards are not accepted at most of these airports, Hadid is also providing services on credit whenever needed, including airport fees. Hadid staff will also meet and assist its passengers and crew through customs and security making it a smooth trip throughout.
“The appointment of supervisors in these countries adds to Hadid’s already leading services in Africa with a physical presence in Algeria and Niger,” Libdeh said.

 

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