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KSA to introduce flying taxis and drones for Hajj pilgrims

KSA to introduce flying taxis and drones for Hajj pilgrims

KSA to introduce flying taxis and drones for Hajj pilgrims

Saudi Arabia is getting ready to try out flying taxis and drones for Hajj pilgrims, aiming to make the journey smoother.

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Saudi Arabia is getting ready to try out flying taxis and drones for Hajj pilgrims, aiming to make the journey smoother. The Minister of Transport and Logistic Services, Saleh al-Jasser, shared this plan in an interview with Al Arabiya. The goal is to use modern technology to improve the experience for millions of pilgrims who come from around the world.

Minister al-Jasser talked about the competition among transportation companies to find the best solutions for pilgrims. He also mentioned that they’re looking into making flying taxis and drones a permanent part of future pilgrimages. This move shows Saudi Arabia’s dedication to innovation and making things better for guests on the pilgrimage.

This announcement has received praise from international sources, with Pakistan’s Religious Ministry spokesperson, Muhammad Umar, applauding Saudi Arabia’s efforts to modernize the pilgrimage experience. Umar mentioned other advancements like the Hajj Portal, Nusuk app, and pre-booking options, showing Saudi Arabia’s commitment to making pilgrims’ journeys comfortable.

The Hajj pilgrimage, a significant event for Muslims, attracts millions of people to Makkah each year. With this year’s Hajj starting on June 14th, Saudi Arabia’s use of new technology aims to improve the experience for pilgrims worldwide, making it easier and more fulfilling.

As Saudi Arabia continues to embrace technology for pilgrimages, cooperation between countries could lead to even more improvements, making the Hajj journey more connected and convenient for everyone involved.

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