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RAK Airways announces increased flights

Posted 9 April 2013 · 1 Comment

UAE carrier RAK Airways is increasing the frequency of its services to Bangladesh capital Dhaka and both Peshawar and Lahore in Pakistan.

The national airline of Ras Al Khaimah will now be flying the services three times a week.

In a recent interview with Arabian Aerospace CEO John Brayford, speaking widely about the carrier which relaunched in 2010 and enjoys a codeshare agreement with Etihad, said: “We have positioned ourselves not as a low-cost carrier and we provide a fully inclusive product.

“There is a good meal on board, free refreshments, a 30kg baggage allowance and the added attraction at RAK airport of free parking. The small size of the airport is not a disadvantage, as it is congestion free and easy to get through in both directions.

“People travelling get through in a few minutes compared to Dubai, where it can be a couple of hours if you arrive in peak of peaks.”

1 Comment for RAK Airways announces increased flights

Puzzled

posted 4 years ago

I thought John Brayford is no longer at RAK Airways, and the codeshare with Etihad is dead too???

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