SWISS cancels service to Iran
SWISS International Air Lines has cancelled its services to Iran and included an additional flight to Jeddah for its new winter schedule, stated a press release.
SWISS Area Manager for the Arabian Gulf Felix Rodel said “Due to customer demand, we have also added another flight to Jeddah, which now provide three weekly services, via Riyadh.” He did not give an explanation for the discontinued Iran route.
SWISS will fly to 72 destinations in 44 countries under its 2003-2004 winter schedule. In the Middle East, SWISS operates a total of 25 weekly flights including daily non-stop flights from Dubai, five weekly flights from Cairo, four times from Karachi, three times from Jeddah, Riyadh and Muscat. — (menareport.com)
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