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Flynas axes Manchester route after three months

Published: 23/07/2014 - Filed under: News »

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Flynas is cancelling its Jeddah to Manchester service just three months after launching the route.

The low-cost Saudi carrier has since early May operated a thrice-weekly A330 service between the two cities (see news, March 11).

But the airline is pulling the route on August 2 — three months to the day after launch.

Instead, Flynas will continue to serve Manchester through a codeshare with Etihad Airways via Abu Dhabi, reports airlineroute.net.

Privately-owned Flynas is an Islamic airline, so no alcohol is available on board.

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Graham Smith

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jjlasne - 26/07/2014 05:33

Christian airlines have only ham sandwiches and ale on board... And the flight attendants wear skimpy outfits like Southwest Airlines in the 70's.

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