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Start-up carrier, Firnas Airways confirmed its ambition to establish air links to the Middle East.

As Kazi Shafiqur Rahman, CEO, Firnas Airways, explained, the airline aims to offer world-class premium service at economy prices particularly on unserved or underserved routes to Saudi Arabia, Iran, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and West Africa from the US, Canada and Europe via a UK hub.

Negotiations are already underway in London, Manchester and Birmingham to establish the airline's base, while the management is working on raising some USD50 million to buy or lease Boeing 767 or Airbus 330 variants and commence operations.