Flynas is a private airline in Saudi and its main headquarter is located in the city of Riyadh. It was launched in 2007 as the first economic airline in Saudi Arabia. It is owned by National Holding Company for air services, NAS Holding. Flynas takes the King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh as the main hub for its operations, and it takes King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah as its secondary operational site. The company offers flights to 11 domestic destinations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and 26 international destinations to different countries in the Middle East, Asia and Europe. It operates flights weekly and it has reached more than 950 flights.
Since its inception, Flynas adopts low-cost carrier service. Thereby, Flynas flights are sold at affordable price. As a low-cost carrier, Flynas has become one of the largest and fastest growing private airlines in the Middle East. It is the first airline in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia that offers this service which makes it the most competitive advantages with other airlines.
Beside this competitive advantage, Flynas is characterized by the following features:
Business Class: Business class feature comfortable leather seats of 48 inches. In addition, Business class passengers are offered free meals on board. They can also modify the time of their flight 3 hours ahead of their flight departure time free of charge and they have free access to executive lounges.
Flynas fleet consists of 34 aircrafts in toto of the following models:
In order to offer greater comfort to its customers, FLYNAS offers a range of services to passengers while planning their travel, such as:
Flynas was founded as Nas Air to become the first low-cost airline in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.It launched its first flight on 25 February.
Nas Air was christened Flynas and Business class was added.
Flynas launched a low-cost carrier service (+ LCC) that enabled travelers to travel to international destinations at low cost.
Flynas was awarded Best Low-Cost Airline in the Middle East at the big ceremony of World Travel Awards, which resembles Oscars for filmmakers.
Flynas won the award of The Best Low-Cost Carrier in the Middle East for the second time in World Travel Awards ceremony. In addition, Flynas signed codeshare agreement with Pegasus which allowed Flynas to reach new destinations in Turkey.
Flynas signed an agreement with Airbus to buy 120 aircrafts of A320 neo model to increase Flynas domestic and international destinations. Besides, Flynas signed sharedcode agreement with Etihad Airways which enabled Flynas to operate flights to new destinations in India.