Saudi Hajj Flight Schedule 2018 : According to Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony, First Hajj Flight of Government Hajj Scheme of Saudi Arabia will be departure from 15th July 2018. According to Hajj Policy 2018, Hajj Operation would be continuing till 15 August 2018. First Hajj Flights would depart directly to Madina in First Fifteen Days of Month Long Pre Hajj Flight Operation. Last Fifteen Days the Hajj Flights would Depart from Islamabad to Jeddah. Hajj Flight Schedule would be intimated this week. Attending Pilgrims would be Informed through SMS, Letters and Website.
According to Hajj Policy 2018, 179,210 Pakistanis would Perform this year in which 119,473 would Perform Hajj Under Government Hajj Scheme while 59,737 Pakistanis would Perform Hajj through Private Hajj Scheme. Two Percent hardship Quota of Total Seats of Government Hajj Scheme has been reserved for Broken Families. Total 500 Seats have reserved for Labours of Public Sector, Corporate Organizations, Companies registered with Employees Old Age Benefits Institutions (EOBI)/Workers Fund Sponsored by Their respective organizations under their Corporate Social Responsibility. Log on to our website. to know more information on Saudi Hajj Flight Schedule 2018.
Saudi Hajj Flight Schedule 2018 complete Information
Name of Organization: Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony
Departure Flight Schedule: 15th July 2018
Ending Hajj Yatra of Saudi Arabia: 15th August 2018
Official Website: saudia.com
According to Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony, Government has also enhanced facilities for Government Hajj Scheme. Pilgrims has named in Draw of Lots will be eligible for Hajj Yatra. Pilgrims Coming for Hajj and Umrah from declared Yellow Fever Infected Countries are to provide Vaccination Certificate, which is valid Against, the disease According to the International Health Regulations Stating Vaccinated Against the disease before Arrival of Kingdom No Later Than 10 Days and Not More than 10 Years. Yellow Fever Endemic Countries Are Angola-Benin- Sudan-Senegal-Burkina Faso Central African Republic Cemeroon Burundi Chad Uganda Congo etc.