Fly Express, a piece of cake for Saudia Cargo

Saudi Airlines Cargo has launched Fly Express, offering high priority express delivery for urgent international shipments.
The new service offers customers high priority status for shipments that can be accepted three hours prior to the scheduled time of departure, alongside quick handling procedures at arrival.
Fly Express, said the Middle East carrier, offers early booking for a “fast, efficient, and reliable airport-to-airport delivery” of up to 300kg per shipment, as well as a Money-Back Guarantee for the added cost of the service if it does not deliver on time.
Saudia Cargo clients will be able to benefit from Fly Express services in the following European cities: Brussels, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Milan, Paris, London inbound to Saudi Arabia, with Hong Kong to be added in December 2018 and additional cities to be announced in the future.
The Fly Express service was announced officially during the annual commercial meeting of Saudia Cargo with of freight agency representatives.
Saudia Cargo chief executive Omar Hariri said: “The launch of this service will meet the needs of our clients who transport urgent cargo requiring rapid handling and short delivery period, with efficiency and reliability.”
Saudia Cargo, recently launched the development project for its cargo facilities in King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, and King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, including special warehousing for pharmaceuticals, dangerous goods, and specialty shipments. 
Saudia Cargo has a wide global network, supported by a dedicated freighter fleet. It also offers capacity on passenger flights and charter aircraft on international destinations.

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