Written by Maldives Halal Travel
Flynas, Saudi Arabia's low-cost carrier, has recently announced its plan to commence direct flights to the Maldives from June 20th, 2023. This decision aligns with the airline's goal to expand its global network by adding 10 new destinations across Europe and Asia for the summer 2023 season.
As part of this initiative, Flynas will be launching four new destinations from King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, including the Maldives, Yerevan in Armenia, Antalya in Turkey, and Tivat in Montenegro. The Maldivian route will connect Riyadh and Velana International Airport, with three frequencies operated throughout the week on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
The introduction of direct flights between Saudi Arabia and the Maldives by Flynas will improve connectivity between the two destinations, enabling travellers to take advantage of the increased connection. As the Saudi Arabian market is gradually becoming more prominent and promising for the Maldives, the commencement of direct operations will help in increasing arrival numbers from the country as well.
Flynas will also be launching new routes to six destinations in Asia, including four from Dammam to Salalah in Oman, Istanbul and Trabzon in Turkey, and Tirana in Albania. Additionally, two more routes will be launched from Jeddah to Salalah and Bodrum in Turkey.
Moreover, Flynas is expanding its presence in the European region by resuming operations in its summer destinations such as Prague in the Czech Republic, Vienna and Salzburg in Austria, Baku in Azerbaijan, Tbilisi and Batumi in Georgia, and Saravejo in Bosnia. The airline will also operate flights to Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt for the summer season.
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