|16 September, 2019

Saudi Arabia's Flynas announces direct flights to two Indian cities

This will raise the number of flynas’ destinations in India to four

A model of Saudi airline Flynas is on display during a ceremony to sign a deal between Airbus and Flynas in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia January 16, 2017. Image used for illustrative purpose

A model of Saudi airline Flynas is on display during a ceremony to sign a deal between Airbus and Flynas in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia January 16, 2017. Image used for illustrative purpose

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Saudi budget carrier flynas has announced plans to launch new direct international flights to Lucknow and Calicut in India, starting from October 15, as part of its global expansion plan in 2019.

This step will raise the number of flynas’ destinations in India to four after it has previously launched direct flights to New Delhi and Hyderabad.

Flynas will operate three weekly flights to each destination, with the first flight scheduled from Riyadh to Lucknow on October 15, while the second and third flights are scheduled for October 17 and 18 respectively.

Furthermore, flights between Riyadh and Calicut and Dammam and Lucknow will commence from October 16.

Flynas’ passengers can now book their flights to the new destination through all flynas’ booking platforms, including sales agents and the flynas website and mobile application, or by calling flynas’ 24/7 call centre. - TradeArabia News Service

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