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| 17 September, 2018

Saudi Arabian Airlines launches free texting services for passengers

Guests on board more than 100 aircraft of the modern Saudi Arabian Airlines fleet equipped with Wi-Fi will have access to these services.

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An airplane belonging to Saudi Arabian airlines waits at the gate at JFK airport as photographed on November 30, 2011 in New York City.

Image used for illustrative purpose. An airplane belonging to Saudi Arabian airlines waits at the gate at JFK airport as photographed on November 30, 2011 in New York City.

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JEDDAH: The Saudi Arabian Airlines has aunched a new and free texting service for passengers on board its aircraft with Internet access.

The service was launched on Saturday and allows passengers to send texts through iMessage and Facebook Messenger applications.

It comes as an addition to the similar service on WhatsApp launched in May.

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Guests on board more than 100 aircraft of the modern Saudi Arabian Airlines fleet equipped with Wi-Fi will have access to these services.

All they have to do is connect their devices and choose the service they wish to acquire.

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