Saudi Arabia: Prince Faisal Bin Nawaf Briefed About Progress Of Work On Al-Jawf Airport Project

Jeddah: His Royal Highness Prince Faisal bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz, Governor of Al-Jawf region, was briefed on a detailed report on the progress of work on the Al-Jawf International Airport project, which is being worked on, and the main challenges facing it.

This came during his reception in his office today with His Excellency the President of the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), Mr. Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al-Duailej and his accompanying delegation. His Highness reviewed with Al-Duailej the stages of work at the airport, listened to the most important challenges and discussed the necessary steps to overcome all obstacles.

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His Highness, the Governor of Al-Jawf region, stressed that all obstacles to the progress of work on this important project would be removed, and the pace of work would be accelerated to complete the project on time.

For his part, H.E. GACA President explained that the Al-Jawf Airport project is receiving attention and follow-up from GACA and Matarat Holding Company for its completion. He expressed his thanks to His Highness, the Governor of Al-Jawf region, for his diligent follow-up to the project and his generous guidance in overcoming all obstacles to the work progress.

It is noteworthy that the new Al-Jawf International Airport is one of the most prominent development projects witnessed by the region, and receives continuous attention and follow-up from His Highness the Governor of Al-Jawf, and is expected to contribute to enhancing transport, mobility, development, economic and tourism activity in the region.

The reception was attended by Hussain bin Mohammed Al Sultan, Undersecretary of the Emara of Al-Jawf Region, and the Undersecretary of the Emara for Development Affairs, Eng. Habib bin Mohammed Abdul Samad, in addition to the CEO of Matarat Holding Company, Eng. Mohammed bin Ahmed Al-Mowkley, and several officials from Matarat Holding Company.

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