first_imgCheap flights carrier bmi has announced that it will double the number of its flights from Riyadh to London from January 15th next year.Services to Heathrow from Riyadh will increase from three to six per week, with a flight every day apart from Saturday. The return service will operate every day apart from Friday.Commenting on the new services, Nigel Turner, chief executive officer of bmi, said: “The doubling of frequencies to and from Riyadh will enable us to offer an extremely attractive schedule that will appeal to point to point traffic as well as creating a much wider range of connecting opportunities at Heathrow, particularly to and from the USA.”Mr Turner added that bmi has established a foothold in the Saudi Arabia flights market since British Airways stopped services to the country two years ago.The news comes after bmi announced last week that it had come to a codeshare agreement with Brussels Airlines – a deal that will see bmi operate flights to the Belgian capital from Newcastle, Birmingham, Manchester and Bristol.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Relatedbmi to launch new flight between Heathrow and Kievbmi has announced that it has won the right to launch a new flight between London Heathrow and KievBritish Airways to resume services to Saudi ArabiaBritish Airways (BA) has announced that it will resume flights between Heathrow and Saudi ArabiaBmi improves service on Heathrow to Cairo and Amman routesAn increased number of passengers will be able to access cheap flights to Cairo and Amman from Heathrow.last_img

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