RAK Airways increases frequencies from December 5
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, November 14 - 2012 at 04:59
RAK Airway is set to increase services on a number of routes from its main Ras Al Khaimah hub to destinations including Abu Dhabi, Calicut, Chittagong and Jeddah, Routes Online has reported. Starting from December 5, 2012, the airline will raise the number of flights to Abu Dhabi from four weekly to daily, and on December 7, it will begin twice-a-week service to Chittagong. RAK Airways will also increase the number of flights to Jeddah from December 12, from four to five weekly, to be stepped up to a daily service from January 14, 2013. The carrier will also increase frequencies to Calicut, India, from four weekly to daily starting from December 14. However, flights to Dhaka, Bangladesh, will be reduced from two weekly flights to one from December 4.
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