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HADID adds new stations in Mali and Senegal

Posted 3 April 2018 · Add Comment

HADID are delighted to announce the addition of two new stations in the Republic of Mali and the Republic of Senegal.

 

In a company statement, HADID said: “This additional representation is a further advancement of our global reach, extending our presence as an international first choice for aviation services. Expanding our network enables us to better monitor our services and offer consistently higher standards at competitive prices - even in difficult locations.

“This update is to help keep you informed of HADID’s continually developing international network and of the most competitive locations in which we operate. We have over 37 years in the flight support market, prevailing in some of the most challenging locations. We manage a strong network of agents who partner with HADID to deliver the highest standards.”

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