RAK Airways plans to add two more Airbus A320s to its fleet in 2013 to increase the size of its network and boost frequencies to existing destinations. Based in Ras Al Khaimah, one of the United Arab Emirates, the carrier plans to fly to Dammam, Saudi Arabia, early next year. It also wants to operate more flights to India, particularly to Cochin and Trivandrum, RAK CEO John Brayford said at the World Routes conference in Abu Dhabi, UAE. RAK currently operates two leased A320s. It ...

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