RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s budget airline flyadeal on Sunday launched operations from Dammam to Bisha.
The addition of the new destination to the company’s flight network is part of its expansion plans.
It is a pure low-cost airline, with passengers charged for meals and checked luggage, a model that has so far not had major success in the Middle East beyond UAE-headquartered Air Arabia. The Saudi government owns the airline through state carrier Saudia.
Ahmed Al-Barahim, executive vice president for commercial and customer affairs, vowed to ensure good service for passengers.
He said the airline will continue to expand its fleet and flight network.
Fahd Al-Harbi, CEO of Dammam Airports Co., said healthy competition between airlines will support the Kingdom’s drive to boost domestic tourism.
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