flynas Is The One Airline to Look Out for in 2024: Here’s Why!

flynas Is The One Airline to Look Out for in 2024: Here's Why!
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It remains clear that flynas of Saudi Arabia will be the one airline to look out for in 2024. Let’s see why this will be the case.

The carrier has grown significantly since they launched operations back in February 2007, and are slowly but surely becoming a giant in the Middle Eastern market.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

How Did flynas Finish Their 2023?


flynas Is The One Airline to Look Out for in 2024: Here's Why!
Data provided by RadarBox.com.

flynas finished their final week of 2023 on a strong high, handling 256 movements based on a seven-day rolling average provided by flight tracking company RadarBox.

This represents an increase of 31.96% compared to the same period last year, and is 112 movements higher than the same period in 2019.

Below is the last four weeks’ worth of data from the carrier:

Date2019 Numbers2022 Numbers2023 NumbersPercentage Difference (2023 vs. 2022)
November 21-28147 movements190 movements257 movements+35.26%
November 28-December 5152 movements193 movements253 movements+31.09%
December 5-12151 movements199 movements258 movements+29.65%
December 12-19148 movements197 movements255 movements+29.44%

What we can see from the data is that the amount of flights that flynas is operating is growing at a very strong pace.

Highlights of the Year…


flynas Is The One Airline to Look Out for in 2024: Here's Why!
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For 2023, the carrier reported a historic increase in the number of passengers to more than 11.1 million passengers, growing more than 28%.

2023 witnessed a remarkable surge in flynas’ performance, showcasing a historic increase in the number of passengers, surpassing 11.1 million and registering an impressive 28% growth compared to the preceding year.

A pivotal factor contributing to flynas’ success was its strategic expansion plan. In 2023 alone, the airline welcomed 19 new aircraft into its fleet, marking a substantial 35% increase.

With a fleet size now reaching 64 aircraft, flynas has solidified its position as a key player in the aviation industry.

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This expansion facilitated the realization of its growth plan, epitomized by the inauguration of its fourth operations base at Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz International Airport in Madinah.

“We Connect the World to the Kingdom” is not merely a slogan but a mission that came to life as flynas introduced 57 new destinations across 10 countries in 2023.

This expansion wasn’t just about numbers; it was a strategic move to increase connectivity and establish flynas as a global player.

Simultaneously, seat capacity saw a substantial boost of 22% for both domestic and international flights.

What Will 2024 Look Like for flynas?


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What remains clear is that flynas has set themselves up to continue their successes well in 2024.

In the perspective of the massive investment being placed by Saudi Arabia into their infrastructure, this lays out the foundations to grow with the money being spent by the Public Investment Fund.

As more projects are developed and completed over the next few years, all eyes will be on the low-cost airline to see how much further they can take things.

But for now, let’s see what 2024 holds for them, because one thing is for sure: The future is bright. Very bright indeed.

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