Flynas, the Saudi low-cost airline, nearly doubled its passengers flown during 2022, increasing passengers by 91 per cent to 8.7 million compared to 2021.

The number of flights flown rose by 45 per cent to 66,000 and seat capacity jumped by 46 per cent.

Additionally, Flynas launched 16 new destinations and 30 new routes as the fleet upscaled to 43 aircraft.

‘We Connect the World to the Kingdom’

“The growth rates recorded by flynas during 2022 in performance, operations, and localisation programmes reflect the company’s commitment to continuing expansion under the slogan ‘We Connect the World to the Kingdom’ and to consolidating its leading position as the best low-cost airline in the Middle East and one of the top 10 airlines in the world of its category,” said Bander Almohanna, CEO and managing director of flynas.

“The annual results confirm the progress in the company’s strategic plan with receiving of 8 new Airbus A320neo and joining 2 Airbus A330 aircraft, which will contribute to serving the pilgrims and Umrah performers as well as expanding to new markets.

“Moreover, the company’s Board of Directors approved raising the booking orders of 250 aircraft, in line with the goals of the Saudi vision 2030, and the civil aviation strategy to reach 330 million passengers, 250 international destinations and 100 million tourists annually.”
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