Ruler of Sharjah orders allocation of three planes to transport football fans to Bahrain
Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council member and ruler of Sharjah has ordered the allocation of three planes to transport football fans to cheer the UAE football national team in their final match of the 21st Gulf Cup against Iraqi football team on Friday.
The move comes in line with Sheikh Sultan's support to the UAE national team, especially after the superb performance against Kuwait.
Ahmed Nasser Al Fardan, Secretary General of the Sharjah Sports Council said the council has immediately embarked on the registration of those interested to travel to Bahrain in coordination with the Sharjah International Airport Authority.
Dr Ghanem Al Hajiri, Chairman of the Sharjah International Airport Authority said the first flight will take off from the Sharjah International Airport at 09:00am on Friday, while the second trip will take off at 12:30pm and the third at 041: 10pm.
Meanwhile, the Ruler of Sharjah has ordered the creation of 45 jobs for the graduates of Shariah, Arabic Language and Libraries.
RAK Ruler orders three planes to transport UAE football fans to Bahrain
Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Supreme Council member and ruler of Ras al-Khaimah has ordered the private department to allocate three planes to airlift UAE football fans to Bahrain.
The elated fans plan to cheer their team in the final match against Iraq in the 21st Gulf Cup on Friday in Manama amid the victories scored by the UAE national team.
Mohammed Ahmed Al Ali, Director General of the Private Department of RAK Ruler praised the directives of Sheikh Saud, stressing keenness of the RAK Ruler to support the UAE team.
The three planes will leave from the RAK International Airport. Those interested to travel should register their names on Thursday morning at RAK radio building at Al Dhait district.
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