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BMI Celebrates Four Years Of Service To Saudi Arabia

BMI, the only British Airline with direct flight service from Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, to London, Heathrow, celebrated four years of service to the Kingdom at an Iftar event in Riyadh.

BMI  said customers flying in business class from London can now check in until 30 minutes before departure time at the new Premium Check-in area in bmi Number One Heathrow.
 

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