Posted by : Aahil Shaik Friday, December 1, 2023

Flynas launches its new Operations Center in Madina with 4 international and 2 local destinations

Today, Friday, Flynas, the national airline and the leading low-cost airline in the Middle East and the world, opened its newest operations center at Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz International Airport in Madina. In celebration of the occasion, it added six new locations and routes from Medina. Trending : Can visitors drive a car in Saudi Arabia

The new routes, which include four international destinations in Dubai, Amman, Istanbul, and Ankara, and two domestic destinations in Abha and Tabuk, will be added to the four current routes from Madina to Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, and Cairo. This means that the new operations center at Medina Airport will initially serve 10 Flynas destinations.

- By opening the Madina Operations Center, Flynas has become the national airline of the Kingdom and now has four operations centers. This is in line with its plans for growth and expansion, the Pilgrims Service Program's goals, and the National Civil Aviation Strategy's goal to connect the Kingdom to 250 international destinations, reach 330 million travelers, and bring in 100 million tourists every year by 2030.

- Bandar Al-Muhanna, CEO and Managing Director of Flynas, confirmed that the opening of the new operations center at Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz International Airport is due to the growing number of travelers to Madina, especially Umrah and pilgrims from other countries, as well as the preferences of travelers within the Kingdom. This means that there will be more international and domestic destinations and routes that can be reached. Most Viewed : Saudi Arabia to host World Expo 2030

- In less than two years, Flynas has more than doubled the size of its fleet, which is reflected in the fact that it is now serving 10 destinations from its new operations center. This is in line with the company's growth and expansion plan, which was announced at the beginning of the year with the slogan "Connecting the World."

- The signing of a deal with Airbus to buy 30 new A320neo planes last June as part of an order for 120 Airbus planes and the approval to increase new aircraft orders to 250 planes is one of the most important events in the Kingdom.

- More than 1,500 flights a week connect more than 70 domestic and foreign destinations. Since its founding in 2007, Flynas has carried more than 60 million passengers. To meet the goals of Saudi Vision 2030, the company wants to reach 165 domestic and international destinations. Read : Saudi Arabia allows pets on Public Transportation

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