British airline bmi reportedly plans to launch more flights connecting London Heathrow Airport with Saudi Arabia.
The carrier will be able to increase its frequency of services between the UK and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia following a bilateral agreement between the two countries, TravelMole reports.
Bmi is planning to increase the current frequencies available on services to Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam.
Chief executive Nigel Turner told TravelMole that the airline expects to be able to make an announcement on the developments shortly.
He added: "Bmi has amassed a considerable amount of experience and expertise since we took over services from Heathrow to the Kingdom when they were abandoned by British Airways in 2005.
"We have committed significant investment in developing our sales and marketing and operational presence in Saudi Arabia and the ability to increase our services presents us with an ideal opportunity."
Bmi is the second largest airline operating out of Heathrow, offering services to destinations including Tel Aviv, Damascus, Moscow and Ankara.