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Wataniya gets new sales agent

Kuwait-based Wataniya Airways has appointed Green Meadows Travel and Tourism as the airline's new general sales agent in Amman, Jordan.


Wataniya Airways recently celebrated one year of flights to Amman.

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Budapest, Hungary

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Geneva, Switzerland

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Adlerwerke

Adlerwerke

Frankfurt, Germany

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Nejmeh Square

Nejmeh Square

Beirut, Lebanon

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