SAUDI ARABIAN AIRLINES is urgently reviewing its schedules from the UK to the Kingdom following British Airways decision to pull its services at the end of the winter season.
Saudi says it is committed to further improvements to its service and is looking to increase its own capacity to redress any shortfall in the market.
The airline points out that it has been serving London for over 40 years.
Saudi currently provides nine non-stop flights per week from the UK to Jeddah and Riyadh.
It is already committed to increasing frequency to 11 from April whilst re-introducing Dammam for the coming summer operation.