Bahrain Air to negotiate resumption of services
- Bahrain: Tuesday, November 20 - 2012 at 02:30
Bahrain Air is set enter into negotiations with the country's Civil Aviation Affairs after being forced to reduce or cancel flights to 11 cities, Gulf Daily News has reported. The regulator gave no reason for the decision, but the privately-held airline said it was due to "reasons beyond our control." "We have issues with them - something that I cannot yet talk about - but we hope to resolve them soon," the airline's chief executive Richard Nuttall told the daily. "We are meeting with the authorities later this week to see what can be done. Hopefully, our operations will be on track soon."
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