Wataniya Airways announced it is drastically reducing its network from Dec. 5, citing adverse market conditions. The Kuwait-based carrier said it will no longer operate flights from its home base to Amman, Bahrain, Damascus and Jeddah and will reduce the frequency of services to Dubai. Three of its seven Airbus A320s will be taken out of service and staff numbers also will be reduced. It also operates to Beirut, Sharm El-Sheikh, Cairo, Vienna and Istanbul Ataturk. “We have ...

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