Saudi Arabia's Flynas to add new international flights

Saudi Arabia's Flynas to add new international flights

The airline will operate 10 additional weekly flights to cities in Europe, North Africa and Central Asia

From November 2022, Saudi Arabian airline Flynas will launch 10 new flights to four new destinations from Jeddah.

Flynas has signed an agreement with the Air Connectivity Program to launch four new direct flights to cities in Europe, North Africa, and Central Asia in order to facilitate the arrival of more religious pilgrims to the Saudi Arabia.

The new schedule will see two weekly flights to Marseille in southern France, two weekly flights to Almaty in Kazakhstan, three weekly flights to Algiers and three weekly flights to Casablanca in Morocco.

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The Air Connectivity Program was launched earlier this year to support and motivate airlines to establish local and international air routes and increase flights to existing and targeted destinations to achieve the tourism goals of Saudi Vision 2030.

Flynas CEO and managing director Bander Almohanna said the signing of the Air Connectivity Program agreement is in line with Flynas' growth and expansion strategy, which aims to eventually provide connectivity between Saudi Arabia and 165 domestic and international destinations.


Air Connectivity Program CEO Khalil Lamrabet  added: "[We] value this partnership with Flynas, which contributes to facilitating the travel of guests from Marseille, Almaty, Algiers and Casablanca, in line with our mandate to develop tourism air connectivity.”

Flynas has recently announced its intention to increase purchasing orders for 250 aircraft to become the largest low-cost airline in the Middle East and North Africa.

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