Saudi low-cost carrier to serve new routes with three to five flights per week
Saudi low-cost carrier Flynas is to launch flights to ten new destinations this summer.
Departing from Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam and Qassim, the low-cost airline will launch new routes to Salzburg, in Austria; Tirana, in Albania; Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh; in Egypt; Salalah, in Oman; Vienna, in Austria; Sarajevo, in Bosnia and Herzegovina; Baku, in Azerbaijan, and Tbilisi and Batumi in Georgia.
Flynas CEO, Bander Almohanna, said all of the new destinations will be served by between three and eight flights per week, starting from May 19, 2020.
In January the carrier revealed a 15 percent rise in travellers in 2019 at 7.9 million compared to 6.6m in 2018.
Over its 12 years of operations, the low-cost airline has carried more than 50 million passengers.
Flynas operates over 1,200 weekly flights to 35 domestic and international destinations on its fleet of 30 aircraft.