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Saudi carrier flynas is to drop its Jeddah-Manchester service in August, just three months after launch, according to industry site engine Airline Route.
It is a blow for the airline which has been keen to develop its international network beyond the Gulf. In April, it launched three-time weekly flights to London Gatwick, its first European route.
It currently operates three weekly flights on the Jeddah-Manchester route, operating Airbus A330 aircraft with 164 seats.
At launch, flynas believed it was capitalising on "high demand for affordable fares to popular European destinations from the Middle East", but the UK remains highly competitive, with both London and Manchester well served by all three leading Gulf carriers.
Airline Route claims flynas will continue to serve Manchester through a codeshare with Etihad Airways via Abu Dhabi.
GCC oil export revenues are expected to be $275bn lower in 2015 than 2014
The airline currently has about 26 aircraft in its fleet with the average age of eight and half years
The kingdom's oil minister said that the sharp fluctuations in oil prices have been happening since 1970s
UAE consumer inflation rose 4.9 per cent year-on year in August while it rose 0.9 per cent month-on-month