Flynas has added a new destination to its international network. The low cost airline is now spreading its wings to Mumbai in India operating direct flights from Riyadh.
The inauguration of this line is part of the program established by the low cost company for next year.
Flynas has been operating on this route since October 20th. The aircraft operated to ensure the daily frequency between the two destinations is of the A320 type.
Departure is offered daily by Saudi Arabia’s low-cost airline at 8:20 p.m. The plane will land at Mumbai airport at 3:05 a.m.
In another context, Flynas announced that it has opened a flight to Mumbai-Chhatrapati Shivaji departing from its Dammam – King Fahd hub, providing a direct service between the two airports four times a week (every day of the week except Sunday, Wednesday and Friday).
As a reminder, Mumbai is also connected to Saudi Arabia through regular flights served by IndiGo (since September 22, 2022) to Al Khaimah International Airport, which is also connected to Kerela in India thanks to two weekly connections. , operated by Air India Express.