Flynas, a low-cost airline from Saudi Arabia, has announced that it will begin operating flights to the Maldives in June. There will be three flights per week from the airline to the Maldives, departing on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Flynas intends to continue extending its operations by scaling up its fleet by 50% in 2023 compared to 2021 as part of its expansion goals.
Flynas CEO Bander Almohanna stated that the company is committed to growing its operations as it receives 19 A320neo aircraft over the course of the next 10 months. Flynas' fleet grew to 44 aircraft in February as a result of the new addition.
For the summer of 2023, Flynas has revealed a total of ten additional locations and itineraries across Asia and Europe. The airline will fly to the Maldives, Yerevan in Armenia, Antalya in Turkey, and Tivat in Montenegro from King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh.
Flynas will introduce six more flights in addition to these new destinations, including four trips from Dammam to Tirana, the capital of Albania, Salalah, in Oman, Istanbul, and Trabzon, Turkey. With these new locations and itineraries, Flynas hopes to solidify its position as the area's top low-cost airline.