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Second Flight of Saudi Airlines carrying 226 Pakistani Umrah Pilgrims left to Multan from Jeddah

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Second Flight of Saudi Airlines carrying 226 Pakistani Umrah Pilgrims left to Multan from Jeddah

Waqar Naseem Wamiq, Riyadh – Saudi Airlines Special Flight SV 3800 carrying 226 leftover Pakistani Umrah pilgrims departed from Jeddah for Multan at 0930 hours this morning. Pakistan’s Consul General at Jeddah Khalid Majid and Deputy Consul General Shaiq Ahmed Bhutto were present at the airport to see them off.

Second Flight of Saudi Airlines carrying 226 Pakistani Umrah Pilgrims left to Multan from Jeddah

This was the second special flight carrying Umrah pilgrims to Pakistan. The first flight with 250 passengers reached Pakistan on 15 April, 2020.

Second Flight of Saudi Airlines carrying 226 Pakistani Umrah Pilgrims left to Multan from Jeddah

The pilgrims conveyed special thanks and gratitude to the Saudi government for arranging their return to Pakistan through special flights. They also highly appreciated the excellent arrangements made by the Saudi Ministry of Hajj and Umrah for their boarding, lodging and medical assistance during their extended stay in the Kingdom due to closure of international flights.

Around 470 Pakistani Umrah pilgrims, left in Saudi Arabia due to the cancellation of international flights, have returned to Pakistan through these two special Saudi Airlines flights.

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