Flynas, the Saudi air carrier, has signed an agreement with CFM International; To support and maintain its LEAP-1A engines, which cover 80 Airbus aircraft of the flynas fleet.
Flynas said, in a statement, that the value of the agreement amounts to 4 billion dollars, noting that it was signed in conjunction with the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The company explained that the agreement is part of the after-sales services provided by CFM, through which the company will guarantee, during the term of the agreement, the costs of support and maintenance of the 160 LEAP-1A engines based on the flight hours of the engine.
Flynas currently operates domestic and international flights, with a modern fleet of 20 Airbus A32oneo aircraft powered by LEAP-1A fuel-efficient engines, and 16 Airbus A32oceo aircraft powered by CFM56-5B engines.
flynas is the leading low-cost airline in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as it operates more than 1,200 weekly flights to 35 destinations (domestic and international) on its fleet of 30 aircraft, and since its launch in 2007, flynas has transported more than 50 million passengers on board his trips.