Flynas has confirmed the launch of a direct flight to the Maldives in June. The move responds to growing demand for vacation destinations as pandemic-related restrictions ease in various parts of the world.
Flynas currently operates to over thirty five destinations, primarily in the Gulf region, but has gradually expanded its routes to other parts of the world. With the addition of the Maldives, the Saudi low-cost airline will offer its customers a popular tropical escape option. The Maldives is a renowned vacation destination that boasts pristine beaches, crystal clear waters, and resorts that cater to budget and luxury travelers alike.
The low-cost airline will fly to the Maldives three times a week from Riyadh King Fahd Abdelazaiz Airport, with an approximate flight time of five hours and ten minutes each way. Flights will be operated on Saturday, Tuesday and Thursday.
The Maldives, with its secluded resorts and natural beauty, has become a popular choice for travelers looking for a post-pandemic getaway.