SportsTalk reported on October 19, according to Newcastle’s official website, that the club recently officially completed a contract extension agreement with Saudi Arabian Airlines, and Saudi Arabian Airlines will continue to serve as Newcastle’s sponsor in the future.
Saudi Arabian Airlines has provided travel support to Newcastle United through the 2022-23 season, ahead of a multi-year partnership. Saudi Arabian Airlines helped Newcastle travel to warm Saudi Arabia for training, where they played a game against Riyadh Crescent. Through this partnership, Saudi Arabian Airlines will launch exclusive offers to connect Newcastle fans around the world.
Newcastle’s chief commercial officer Peter Silverstone said: “This is a natural development of our relationship with Saudi Arabia. This is a step forward and a further step forward following the success of our collaboration in 2022. Whether it is on flights to and from the Middle East, or as our teams activate our partnership with Saudi Arabian Airlines, we remain committed to the Saudi Arabian airlines. Very impressed.
“The partnership with Saudi Arabian Airlines has been welcomed by our growing global fan base, both parties All achieved incredible data feedback. Our ambition is for Newcastle to become more global and become the most popular Premier League team in the Arab world. We are all very excited about the future as Saudi Arabian Airlines will help Newcastle open up new markets by increasing their connection with fans around the world. ”
Khalid Tash, chief marketing officer of Saudi Arabian Airlines, said: “We have always been committed to Our partnership with Newcastle aligns with our vision of building meaningful connections across borders. Newcastle United’s rich history and passionate fans fit perfectly with our philosophy. It’s very exciting to have the opportunity to work with a club like Newcastle.
“With our expanding route network andA first-class product, we are keen to continue to reach new users and we look forward to showcasing Saudi Arabia to the British public. In addition, more knowledge will also allow people to choose Saudi Arabia as a destination for leisure and business travel. ”