flynas, the Saudi national air carrier and leading low-cost airline in the Middle East, has announced the launch of its new direct international flights between Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, and New Delhi, the capital of India, starting the 1st of July 2019.
flynas will operate 5 direct weekly flights between King Khalid International Airport and New Delhi India Gandhi International Airport following the opening of flights to Hyderabad last June 2018. The adding of a new destination aims to meet the growing demand for flights between Riyadh and New Delhi, and comes to support flynas’ global expansion strategy.
This strategy has already seen the inclusion of new destinations, which included: Lahore, Islamabad, Algeria, Trabzon, Erbil, Baghdad, Sarajevo, Vienna, Batumi, Tbilisi and Baku. Moreover, the airline has also announced its expansion strategy for the next phase, which seeks to add more destinations and contribute towards doubling its number of passengers that reached 6.6 million on 60,000 domestic and international flights last year.Add to Favorites