Saudi hybrid carrier flynas has scrapped its entire portfolio of long-haul services and will revert to its core business of regional flights in the Middle East. Poor load factors were blamed for the change of course. The demise of its Global Flight Routes Program comes less than a year after it was initially announced. The carrier was particularly seeking to carry religious tourists to Saudi Arabia and to use its Jeddah hub as a transit point between Europe and the Far East. In March, the ...

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