Start-up carrier, SaudiGulf Airlines, is preparing to launch domestic services within Saudi Arabia. The airline, which forms part of the country’s plans to liberalise its domestic aviation market, has completed all the necessary conditions and requirements for an Air Operator Certificate (AOC). The airline, which is owned by the Abdel Hadi Abdullah Al-Qahtani & Sons Group of Companies, will operate from the King Fahd International Airport in Dammam and launch daily flights to Jeddah and Riyadh before expanding to Abha, Madinah, Gassim and Tabuk. SaudiGulf has four A320s and has 16 CS300s on order. The airline plans to launch international
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