Get inspired with Flynas' exciting summer flight routes

The airline is reinstating flights to hotspots across Europe and the Middle East…

Back from the Eid break and wondering where to travel in summer 2024? Then let Flynas‘ summer flight routes inspire where you head.

The low cost airline has announced plans to reinstate flights to a series of summer hotspots as the temperatures creep up in the Kingdom, as well as introducing new routes to help you tick new destinations off your bucket list.

The summer flight routes, as unveiled on the Flynas LinkedIn channel will see the budget airline add flights to 17 destinations.

Among them, the airline will return to four of Turkey’s most popular destinations: historical Trabzon on the Black Sea coast; the hedonistic hotspot of Bodrum; relaxing and refined Antalya on the Turkish Riviera; and the vibrant city of Istanbul.

Elsewhere in Europe, this summer fly direct to the Georgian cities of Batumi and Tbilisi; the Azerbaijani capital of Baku, and culinary and culture hotspots Prague, Vienna, and Salzburg.

Keen to explore the delights of Eastern Europe? Then you’ll be happy to learn Flynas will launch seasonal flight routes to Tirana, the capital of Albania; Sarajevo, the capital and largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina; and Podgorica, your gateway to the breathtaking natural beauty that awaits across picturesque Montenegro.

If you’re looking to travel closer to home, then the seasonal flight routes also invite you to explore short-haul destinations including Salalah in Oman during the Khareef (monsoon) season, and Egypt’s alluring summer hotspots, Sharm El Sheikh and Hurghada. New for summer 2024, Flynas will also be offering flights to Elalamain, on the north coast of Egypt.

All of the summer flight routes will operate between June and September, with various timings and flight frequencies for each route. One way fares start from as little as SAR495, so it’s the perfect opportunity to plan a wallet-friendly escape.

We’re already mentally packing our bags…


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