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Bahrain Air to start flights to Dammam

April 22- Bahrain Air, Bahrain's budget carrier, start four flights a week to Dammam in June, said Majeed Maarij, regional manager of the airline for the GCC, Yemen and Iran, during a road show in Jeddah on Monday. Currently, the airline flies to Jeddah daily and six times a week to Riyadh.
The airline, which started operations in February 2007, is flying to 21 destinations currently which include Dhaka and Chittagong in Bangladesh, and a number of airports in India. It will add Istanbul and Shiraz, Iran, to its network from June 20. "There is also a proposal to introduce flights to Manila by the end of the year," he said.

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