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Bander Al-Mohanna, CEO, flynas, revealed that the airline has carried about 6,6 million passengers on 60,000 domestic and international flights during 2018, noting that the increase in the number of passengers is a result of the increasing number of flights and destinations in line with flynas’ expansion plans to meet its passengers’ needs.

Jet Airways, an Indian full service international airline, and flynas, Saudi Arabia’s first low-cost airline, have entered into an extensive codeshare partnership to enhance connectivity between India and Saudi Arabia.

flynas, announced the signing of a strategic partnership with Visa. The partnership comes in line with flynas’ commitment to enhance innovative solutions through its loyalty programme (nasmiles).

flynas, the Saudi national air carrier and leading low-cost airline in the middle east, has launched Your Smile Stimulates Generations, an initiative aiming to motivate professors at universities and teachers at schools to smile at students.


flynas, the national Saudi carrier and leading Middle East low-cost airline, revealed that it has carried three million passengers to all its domestic and international destinations during the first six months of this year.

Bandar Al-Muhanna, CEO, flynas

“The new economy-class fares (Light, Plus and Premium), which were launched in early April, has attracted more passengers by providing them with an array of travel options to meet their demands and travel needs”.

flynas, one of the Middle East’s leading low-cost airlines, signed an agreement with Chubb Arabia Coorperative Insurance Company to offer flynas customers with travel insurance coverage.

flynas plans to expand its network to Pakistan with the launch of Islamabad and Lahore services in February.

As a result of a period of increased passengers demand to North Africa, flynas has increased frequency between Saudi Arabia and Egypt with a new service linking Abha to Cairo.

After a codeshare agreement with Etihad Airways, flynas has announced the addition of seven new destinations to India.

Low-cost carrier flynas has signed an agreement with Airbus for 60 A320neo Family aircraft, and has additionally converted a previous order of 20 A320ceo to A320neo, bringing the total on order to 80.