Flydubai serves Abha again. It is in a press release that the Emirati air carrier, whose main hub is at Dubai airport, announced its return to the regional airport of the capital of Asir province in Saudi Arabia.
Flights to this airport actually started last Thursday, and Fly Dubai intends to provide a daily frequency to the Saudi airport from Dubai.
With its fleet of sixty-four Boeing 737 type aircraft, the United Arab Emirates air carrier serves several other cities in the Asian country bordered by the Red Sea, sending its planes to Gassim and Tabuk.
Flydubai has built a network of over 100 destinations in 50 countries served by a young fleet of 64 Boeing 737s. The carrier recently resumed operations to Gassim, Ha’il and Tabuk, and launched its twice-weekly flights to AlUla, the Oasis in the province of Medina.
The Emirati air operator recently received five new aircraft of the 737 MAX 8 model knowing that seventeen other aircraft of the same model will join its fleet by the end of the year.