Royal Jordanian and Saudi Arabian hybrid carrier flynas have announced they are dropping routes due to the stresses facing smaller Middle East carriers compared with the region’s giants. The Jordanian national airline, which has suffered increased costs from having to route flights around neighboring Syria due to the ongoing civil war there, will cease services to Mumbai (Sept. 10), Lagos (Oct. 10) and Delhi  (Oct. 31). This follows a series of service suspensions to Accra, ...

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