Flynas plans to open its new hub at Medina airport

Middle Eastern low-cost airline flynas takes a major step in its expansion plans with the announcement of a new partnership with Tibah Airports Operation Company which aims to establish an operational hub at the Medina airport, whose main objective is to strengthen its position as the main player in the aeronautical industry in Saudi Arabia.

The establishment of this new operational hub is an important step for flynas which will make the airline the only operator to have 4 bases in the country, thus strengthening its presence and accessibility in Saudi Arabia and throughout the Middle East. East.

The partnership with Tibah Airports Operation Company will allow flynas to expand its operations and services at Medina Airport, meeting the growing demand for low-cost air travel in the region. The fourth largest airport in Saudi Arabia, Madinah Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz Airport is an important gateway for domestic and international travelers.

With this new operational hub, Flynas aims to offer more convenience and choice to its customers, offering more destinations and flight options. Passengers will benefit from increased connectivity and more affordable travel options, furthering flynas’ commitment to making air travel accessible to all.

This strategic move underscores the Saudi low-cost company’s ambitious growth plans and its determination to stay ahead of a competitive market. By expanding its operational reach and offering a diverse range of services, flynas is positioning itself as a key player in the low-cost airline industry in the Middle East.