Flynas has unveiled its novelties for the 2023 summer season. The low-cost airline from Saudi Arabia plans to offer a program that includes flights to seven new international destinations.
Effectively inaugurating flights to thirty destinations last year, the Saudi air carrier announced the creation of three airlines from its hubs in Jeddah, Dammam and Riyadh.
The new program implemented by Flynas will offer flights to Istanbul-Sabiha Gokcen Airport in Turkey from Dammam-King Fahd International. A line on which the low-cost airline will operate three times a week.
Flynas will also deploy its wings to another destination in Turkey. This is Trabzon, which will be connected from its Dammam hub with two weekly flights, the inaugural flight of which is scheduled for June 22, 2023.
Departing from the airport of the city located in the Persian Gulf, this air operator will also offer a seasonal flight to Salalah airport in Oman, which will benefit from two weekly rotations until the end of September 2023.
Other new features announced by Flynas are its three weekly flights serving Bodrum in Turkey from its base at Jeddah airport between 01/07 and 31/08 of this year.
Flynas will also fly to three international destinations from Riyadh – King Khalid International to: Montenegro (three times a week from 01/06 to 31/08), Antalya (twice weekly, from 21/06 to 27/09).