Flynas has added a new international destination to its network. The airline specializing in low-cost flights will soon fly to Marseille-Provence in France.
Flights to the airport in the southern French city will take off from next month, from Jeddah – King Fahd Abdelaziz Airport.
The inaugural flight announcing the start of operations on this international line is scheduled for November 9. The Saudi Arabian carrier will offer two weekly A320 frequencies (8 + 162), scheduled for Saturdays and Wednesdays at 7:40 p.m. (arrival at 11:30 p.m.). Return flights will take off from Marseille airport on Sundays and Thursdays at 12:20 a.m. (arrival at 8:10 a.m.).
Flyanas will be the only airline in Saudi Arabia to operate flights on this axis, knowing that Jeddah is connected to Paris-CDG with flights served by Air France thanks to its code-sharing agreement with Air France.
The launch of air links between Jeddah and Marseille is part of the agreement signed between Flynas and Air Connectivity for the launch of four new air routes to four international destinations. Besides Marseille, the low-cost carrier also flies to Casablanca in Morocco, Algiers in Algeria and Almaty in Kazakhstan.