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Jeddah – 9.10.2017 – The leading national ground handling Saudi Ground Services Company (SGS), has concluded 1438H Hajj, with the departure of the last batch of pilgrims by end of Thursday 5 October 2017.

During the departure phase, SGS has dedicated all its capabilities and efforts to ensure facilitating the departure process of hundred thousands of departing pilgrims on daily basis. As per SGS’ operational statistics, by the end of the departure phase, SGS employees at King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) in Jeddah and Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz International Airport (PMAIA) in Madinah, have successfully completed the departure procedures for 1,295,115 pilgrims on 4,730 flights, and handling around 2,000,000 pieces of luggage on all departing Hajj flights.

At KAIA, SGS operation team has served 831,048 pilgrims on 3,114 Hajj flights, of which 2,091 flights by international airlines, carrying 545,028 pilgrims, 846 Saudi Arabian Airlines flights carrying 218,572 pilgrims and 177 flights by NAS Air carrying 67,448 pilgrims.

While at PMAIA, the total number of departing hajj flights that were handled by SGS team were 1,616 flights, where 291,140 pilgrims left on board of 1,082 flights via international airlines, 156,087 pilgrims left on board of 479 Saudi Arabian Airlines flights and 16,840 pilgrims left on board of 55 NAS Air flights.