THE revenues of the Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAA) grew by 14 per cent from January up to the end of June 2004 from the same period last year, it was reported.
A top SAA official said the increase in the revenues stands as a witness for the success of the national airliner’s marketing plan. The official said the increase in the revenues coincided with the increase in the number of its passengers during the same period, indicating that as many as 7,325,035 passengers were transported by SAA in the same period.
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