Saudi's flynas to launch 14 flights a week to Pakistan
The launch is part of a program to extend to Asia
Flynas, a Saudi Arabian-based airline, is set to launch 14 direct flights a week to Pakistan.
The expansion is part of its ongoing plans to expand its reach to Asia and establish new strategic international routes, the airlines said in a statement.
The direct flights will launch from Dammam, Riyadh and Jeddah to Lahore and Islamabad. The flights from Riyadh to Lahore starting February 15, Riyadh to Islamabad and Dammam to Lahore will follow on February 16, whereas flights from Jeddah to Lahore are set to launch on February 17.
Flynas will utilise A320 fleet and new B767 aircrafts. Flynas will also connect inbound travellers to Saudi Arabia to 17 different domestic destinations.
Commenting on the expansion, flynas CEO Bander Al-Mohanna further stated that 2018 will be a year of expansion for the company as it plans to reach other domestic and international destinations.