AlUla Airport has received its first-ever direct international flight, operated by low-cost Saudi airline, flynas. The three-weekly Dubai-AlUla route is timed to coincide with the winter event season.
flynas has announced its latest network expansion, featuring the first ever direct international flights into AlUla International Airport. New flights will take off from Dubai and Kuwait.
flynas has completed its IATA operational safety audit registration, an internationally accepted evaluation process of an its operational management and control systems. IOSA is an established standard in the airline industry, and registration is synonymous to an airline’s commitment to safety.
New routes include the international cities of Sarajevo in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Vienna in Austria, Trabzon in Turkey, Batumi and Tbilisi in Georgia, and Baku in Azerbaijan.
flynas has received its second Airbus A320neo aircraft. The plane is the latest of 80 set to be delivered in an $8.5 billion deal with Airbus. This deal is the second-largest aircraft purchase deal in the Middle East and is a game changer for the air-travel industry in Saudi Arabia and the entire region.
The A320neo, powered by CFM LEAP-1A engines, will support Flynas’ expansion plans while providing greater operational efficiency and passenger comfort.
flynas has announced the launch of direct flights to Tbilisi in Georgia, Vienna in Austria, Baku in Azerbaijan and Athens in Greece. This step is a part of flynas’ expansion strategy for the year 2018, which aims to reach as many destinations as possible.
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