CHARTER specialists Royal Wings are currently studying the possibility of operating to several destinations on a regular basis, says an airline official.
“The new destinations include Bucharest, Kiev, Warsaw, Budapest, Brussels, Copenhagen, Tehran, and Sharjah, in cooperation with specialized tour operators in these countries. These are just some of the many destinations planned presently,” Usama Faraj, managing director, Royal Wings Airline said in a statement.
This follows the airline’s new strategy of expanding its operations as a charter carrier towards a position as the regular National Charter Airline, connecting Europe and the Middle East to the rest of the world.
This change in strategy stems partly from increased fleet capacity. “When the first new Airbus A320 touched down last June at Marka Airport to join services at Royal Wings, many of the changes impacted the entire way business was done. A whole new idea was born and a new vision had become our prosperity,” said the statement.
The airline is now rolling out a plan to further grow its business and boost its reputation by offering outstanding safe and reliable flying services and superior ground handling support services at Marka Airport.
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