Prince Saud bin Nahar Inaugurates New Lounge at Taif Airport

Prince Saud bin Nahar Inaugurates New Lounge at Taif Airport

Taif Governor Prince Saud bin Nahar bin Saud bin Abdulaziz today inaugurated the Al-Tanfeethi Lounge at the Taif International Airport in the presence of President of the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) Abdulaziz bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Duailj and several civil and military senior officials in the governorate.

During the tour, Prince Saud reviewed the equipment of the new lounge, which is characterized by its modern design in accordance with the best international standards and simulates the unprecedented comprehensive development renaissance in the Kingdom.

He also checked on the Taif Airport and the internal lounges and the progress of business and efforts provided by concerned authorities in the service of passengers.

Al-Tanfeethi CEO Gelban Al-Gelban noted that the launch of the new lounge at the Taif Airport is part of a project to develop and improve Al-Tanfeethi lounges, pointing out that work in the project took 90 days of work, with a capacity of up to 800,000 passengers per year.

According to the company's new identity, modern engineering designs have been implemented as per the latest systems and equipment to meet the requirements and needs of VIP guests; he noted that the new lounge is part of several upcoming development projects to ensure that the company achieves the objectives of the National Civil Aviation Strategy.

He added that Al-Tanfeethi Company operates all Al-Tanfeethi lounges in the various airports of the Kingdom.

It has more than 27 guest lounges that offer guests many exclusive services to give them an exceptional travel experience.

Al-Gelban said that the launch of the new Al-Tanfeethi identity is part of its ambitious plan to expand its business to achieve the goals and aspirations of beneficiaries.

At the end of the tour, Prince Saud praised the efforts that contributed to developing services, expressing aspiration to witness more development projects to serve the Kingdom's guests and visitors arriving through the Taif Airport.