BA replaced by bmi in KSA

The British airline bmi has replaced British Airways as the national flag carrier after BA abandoned flights to the Kingdom earlier this year for security reasons; bmi is offering three flights a week from Riyadh and plans to fly to Jeddah and Dammam shortly, said officials. []


Posted October 02, 2005

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