The airline Flynas has been delivered two A330-300 aircraft. This small order placed by the Saudi air carrier with the American aeronautical manufacturer aims to strengthen its fleet in order to be able to meet the demand of its passengers during the next pilgrimage season on the one hand, and to have the capacity to open new flights connecting the cities of the kingdom to new international tourist destinations.
The new aircraft integrating the Flynas fleet should enter service next March. They will be deployed on air routes terminating in Medina, but on several other airlines connecting its hub at King Khaled International Airport to several new destinations around the world.
In 2023, the airline specializing in low cost flights intends to provide services to one hundred and sixty five destinations, against seventy destinations served during the current year.