Saudi Arabia’s leading budget airline Flynas introduces 5 new flights every week between King Khalid International Airport (Riyadh, KSA) and Indira Gandhi International Airport (New Delhi, India) from 1st July 2019.
The scheduled flight operations will be on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
The new flights are being introduced as part of the airline’s global expansion strategy.
Flynas currently operates flights between Hyderabad and Riyadh on Friday and Sunday. In addition to these flights, new flights between the two cities are scheduled on Tuesdays and Thursdays every week starting 1st July 2019.
According to the airlines, “the increase in flight frequency destinations is aimed at meeting the growing demand among passengers for flights between Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and India”. Airbus A320 Neo aircrafts with a passenger capacity of 174 will be used for these flights.
Passengers can now book their flights between Riyadh, New Delhi or Hyderabad and vice versa through all Flynas booking platforms including sales agents and Flynas City Office located in these cities. One can also book these flights through website (http://www.flynas.com) and Flynas mobile app or by calling Flynas’ 24×7 call center in KSA 00966-920001234.