flynas, the first Saudi National carrier to launch direct flights to Erbil- Iraq from Jeddah and Madinah

Riyadh - March 13: flynas, the national Saudi carrier and leading low cost airline in the Middle East, announced that it will soon be launching its new and direct flights to Erbil in Iraq from Jeddah and Madinah.

On this occasion, Bandar Al-Muhanna, the Chief Executive Officer of flynas, highlighted the readiness of flynas to launch its first new and direct flights from Jeddah and Madinah to Erbil. This new route will be serving the pilgrims of Erbil who intend to visit the Holy Mosques.

Al-Muhanna added, “flynas is the first Saudi airline that has resumed flights to Iraq since last October, following a 25 year suspension. The first flights to Erbil will be announced within the coming few days.”

About flynas:

Established in 2007, flynas is the national Saudi Carrier and the leading low cost airline in the Middle East with a fleet of 30 Airbus A320 Aircraft, operating over 1,100 flights weekly to 17 domestic destinations and 53 international destinations. Since its launch, flynas has successfully carried more than 38 million passengers from its bases of Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam and Abha.

flynas’ high value offerings, on-time performance and superior customer service earned flynas the award for Middle East’s Leading Low Cost Airline from World Travel Awards 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018, as well as the prestigious Skytrax Award for Middle East’s Best Low Cost Airline in 2017.

Continuing to grow and invest in its products and brand, flynas unveiled a new modern identity in 2013, and made significant investments in 2014, enhancing its aircraft fleet, introducing a dedicated Business class, launching new diversified services. flynas further expanded its partnership portfolio with the signing of an agreement with Airbus to purchase 120 new A320NEO aircraft at a list value of US$8.6 billion, which is considered the second largest agreement in the region, in addition to signing a codeshare agreement with Etihad Airways, Pegasus Airlines and Jet Airways.

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