Operating Two Weekly Flights Starting March 17, 2021
flynas, the Saudi Air Carrier and leading low-cost airline in the Middle East, has announced adding the historical city of AlUla to its domestic destinations by facilitating two weekly flights, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, between Riyadh and AlUla, starting from March 17, 2021.
flynas CEO Mr. Bander Al-Mohanna indicated that “adding the city of AlUla to the flynas network of domestic destinations is a continuation of flynas’ commitment to its expansion strategy across the Kingdom’s cities and regions, predominantly those of touristic and economic significance, offering a variety of options for travellers and particularly for the Kingdom’s visitors, with outstanding services and at competitive prices.” He added, “flynas’ operating its new flights to the historical city of AlUla is attributable to the historic sites and archaeological landmarks and owed to our national role at flynas which aims to promote the Kingdom’s position as an international touristic destination, aligning with Saudi Vision 2030 and serving to achieve the strategic goals of tourism. This comes after the approval of Saudi Arabia’s General Aviation of Civil Authority (GACA) to add Prince Abdul Majeed bin Abdulaziz Domestic Airport in AlUla to the list Saudi International Airports.
It is worth mentioning that AlUla is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list and known as the largest living museum in the world. Passengers travelling with flynas can book their flights between Riyadh and AlUla through all flynas booking channels: www.flynas.com, the flynas app, the 24/7 call center (920001234), or travel agents.