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Flynas axes Manchester service

5th August 2014

Flynas chief Raja Azmi and Sulaiman Al Hamdan, group chief executive of NAS Holdings, with Manchester Airport's Charlie Cornish

Flynas chief Raja Azmi and Sulaiman Al Hamdan, group chief executive of NAS Holdings, with Manchester Airport's Charlie Cornish

SAUDI airline Flynas has pulled its Manchester to Jeddah service after just three months.It said passenger numbers on the three-times a week service had not met initial expectations following the launch in early May. But it is increasing capacity to London to meet demand.The low cost airline, owned by the Riyadh-based group National Air Services, went up against the national carrier Saudia Airlines which restarted direct flights between Manchester and Jeddah in April after a seven-year absence.Flynas previously focused on short hau......for the full story register now for free or login below...

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