Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Saudi Arabian Airlines has officially announced that it will be reducing capacity on all of its European bound flights from January 1st 2010 onwards as the carrier looks to adjust capacity with forecasted demand for its flights. Currently, all of its flights to Milan, Paris, Rome, Madrid, Geneva and Frankfurt are operated with Boeing 777-200s. However, all these destinations will see capacity reduced two fold as SV will be henceforth utilizing an Airbus A 320 to operate to all of these mainland EU cities. The only route in Europe that will continue to see its B 777s being used on is London Heathrow.