Travelport and Flynas, a leading low-cost carrier from Saudi Arabia, have today announced the signing of a multi-year, full content agreement. Launched in 2007, Flynas operates nearly 1,000 weekly flights to 30 destinations within and outside Saudi Arabia
The agreement is worth SAR 32 billion ($8.6 billion) at list prices and includes 80 firm orders with deliveries scheduled during 2018-2026. Another 40 purchase rights were announced earlier by Ayed Al Jeaid, chairman NAS Holding, and Bander Al Mohanna, chief executive NAS Holding Group.
Leading low-cost airlines from Turkey and Saudi Arabia have signed a codeshare agreement to offer their guests connections on both airlines’ networks. With the new agreement, Pegasus guests can now fly to Riyadh and Jeddah via Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen, while flynas guests travelling from Riyadh and Jeddah can fly to Adana, Ankara, Antalya, Hatay and Trabzon via Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen.
Breaking Travel News catches up with Flynas chief executive Paul Byrne as the Saudi Arabia-based low-cost carrier takes the title of Middle East’s Low-cost Carrier.
flynas has launched its non-stop flight from King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah to London Gatwick. The airline offers passengers value-added, services-driven, yet affordable international air travel in both Business Class and Economy Class.
King Khaled International Airport has witnessed the arrival of the first Airbus 330 aircraft to join the flynas fleet. The aircraft was received by key executives from the airline headed by Bander Al Mohanna, deputy group chief executive, NAS Holding, Raja Azmi, flynas chief executive, and Wael Al-Sarhan, director of marketing and communication, along with key officials from King Khaled International Airport and members of the Saudi press.