Flynas, Saudi Arabia’s leading low-cost airline, recently announced plans to expand operations by opening several new international destinations for the summer. With this expansion, customers of this airline can expect an increased number of flight options and routes during peak season.
Flynas expands its reach by adding 10 new destinations from Riyadh and Dammam. Many are looking forward to the promised joys of travel this summer after more than a year without movement outside their home countries. Flynas wants to make sure everyone can enjoy the opportunity to catch up with friends and family or even just explore another part of the world with just one plane ride.
For those looking to get out of Saudi Arabia this summer without breaking their bank accounts to do so, Flynas offers more than one hundred and forty flights a week from its hub at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh. Travelers now have access to flights to Male (Maldives), Tivat (Montenegro), Yerevan (Armenia) and Antalya (Turkey).
Flynas passengers can choose from other destinations departing from other Flynas hubs, Dammam and Jeddah which will be connected throughout the summer season to Salalah (Oman), Trabzon (Turkey), Tivat (Montenegro), Bodrum ( Turkey)
Customers of the low-cost airline benefit from favorable fares on all routes.