This week has seen flynas announce yet another route in their network expansion plan, with it being Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to Ankara in Turkey.
It is understood that this flight will operate on a once-weekly basis from November 7, which is only a few weeks away.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
flynas Announces New Jeddah-Ankara Route…
flynas said the following on the launch of this new route between Jeddah and Ankara:
“[This is] in parallel with the objectives of the Pilgrims Experience Program (PEP) to facilitate access to the Two Holy Mosques and the National Civil Aviation Strategy to enable national air carriers to contribute to connecting KSA with 250 International destinations and to reach 330 million passengers and to attract 100 million tourists yearly by 2030.”
“After announcing the launch of a direct route between Ankara and flynas new operations base at Madinah Airport, the leading LCC will further enhance air connectivity with the Turkish capital with the weekly flight from Jeddah on Tuesdays.”
October has been a busy month for the carrier looking away from this new route to Ankara.
Over 10 days ago, the carrier took delivery of five new Airbus A320neo aircraft in Riyadh, which is helping to accommodate for this increased expansion.
Things continue to be very busy for them, and all eyes on them to see what else they may announce.
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