flynas announces 10 new summer 2023 flight routes from Saudi Arabia
The new destinations include Maldives, Armenia, Antalya, and Tivat in Montenegro…
Already thinking about where you’ll be spending your summer holidays this year? Whether it’s an island getaway or a city break, start ticking off the travel bucket list with some of these amazing adventures that are all just easy flight from Saudi Arabia.
And coming right on time, the Kingdom’s low-cost airline flynas has just announced their summer 2023 routes to ten new destinations in Asia and Europe, which will start as of June 2023.
Flights from Riyadh
Four new destinations will be served out of King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh. The new flight services will be three weekly flights to Tivat in Montenegro (starting on Saturday June 1) and Male in Maldives (starting on Tuesday June 20).
As of Wednesday June 21, it will also operate four times a week to Antalya in Turkey, departing on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, as well as three weekly flights to the Armenian capital of Yerevan every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.
Flights from Dammam
The routes from Dammam to the Albanian capital of Tirana and Salalah in the Sultanate of Oman will start on Wednesday June 21 and Thursday June 29, respectively, taking place three times a week. flynas will also take off for the two coastal cities of Turkey, Istanbul and Trabzon, for the first time.
Flights from Jeddah
Two more routes will be operated from Jeddah to Salalah and the Turkish city of Bodrum. The flight to the beautiful city of Salalah, filled with rich culture, history and magnificent beaches, will take approximately three and a half hours and will cost around SAR1,380 on return. Meanwhile, to jet off to the vibrant beach town of Bodrum this June advertises return fares with a layover for the six weekly flights priced from SAR2,100.
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Seasonal flights resumed
Summer destinations and routes already launched as seasonal will be re-operated, including the Czech capital of Prague, Vienna, and Salzburg in Austria, the Azeri capital of Baku, Tbilisi, and Batumi in Georgia, the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo, as well as Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt.
Turn the summer 2023 vacation mode on…
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