The airline FlyNas has revealed the date of its return to the air axis between the two Saudi cities Riyadh, Jeddah and the Egyptian destination Sohag.
Saudi Arabia’s low-cost airline will resume service to the Egyptian destination on October 30, operating up to three frequencies per week between its base at Jeddah-King Abdulaziz International Airport and Sohag Airport in Egypt.
Flights will take off every Sunday, Monday and Wednesday to Sohag, as FlyNas announced in its statement.
The Saudi low-cost airline also announced the reopening of its flights to the southern city of Assiut from its Riyadh-King Khalid hub. This service will be officially resumed at the beginning of November 2022.
For any reservation of plane tickets to travel on these two flights, it is possible to call Flynas customer service or use its online booking engine, on Flynas.com.
Passengers can book their flights through the carrier’s website or app, through its call center or through its travel agents.