flynas to launch weekly flights to Casablanca this August

Plan that summer getaway…

It’s still not too late to get away this summer, and if you’re looking for a break, you can soon snag a holiday to Morocco’s largest city without too much trouble.

Saudi Arabia’s budget airline, flynas, has announced the launch of its direct flights between Jeddah and Casablanca. The weekly flights will commence on Thursday August 3.


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flynas will begin operating three direct flights between King Abdulaziz International Airport and Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca on Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

The low-cost carrier will only have one flight departing from Jeddah at 1.40pm (local time) and arriving in Casablanca at 6.40pm (local time), with the journey taking around seven hours.

The coastal city of Casablanca is the largest in Morocco, with a cosmopolitan atmosphere, an eclectic culinary scene, and unique architecture that draws inspiration from both Moorish and French Art Deco styles. The city’s attractions can be found in many forms, from the beautiful beaches and the bustling medina to the delicious global cuisine and burgeoning arts scene. From relaxing on a sandy beach, strolling along the lively corniche, or admiring one of the world’s largest mosques, you’ll find countless things to do in Casablanca.

Casablanca Hassan II Mosque

Tickets to Casablanca can be booked on flynas.com or via the flynas app.

Additionally, in early July, flynas has announced the launch of direct flights connecting Bishkek and Osh in Kyrgyzstan and Almaty in Kazakhstan to Jeddah. Flights from Osh, the second-largest city in Kyrgyzstan, will start on Sunday August 20.

Meanwhile, there will be three weekly direct flights from Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, to King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, and two weekly direct flights between Almaty and Jeddah commencing on Saturday September 2.

flynas will also upgrade its frequency between Jeddah and Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, to three weekly flights, starting from Sunday August 20.

So, whether you’re travelling with kids and want to squeeze in a family escape before the end of the summer holidays, or you’re looking for an adults-only break with plenty of sunshine, flynas has got you covered.

Established in 2007, flynas operates more than 1,500 weekly flights to over 70 local and international destinations.

Visit: flynas.com

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