Flynas, the national leading low-cost carrier airline of Saudi Arabia, on June 29 started new and direct flights to Hyderabad-India, as part of its global expansion plan in 2018. According to the airline sources, Flynas operates two flights a week between Riyadh and Hyderabad, every Thursday and Saturday, which start at 12:30 am and arrive in Hyderabad at 8:00 am, while flights from Hyderabad to Riyadh start at 8:55 am every Friday and Sunday. Hyderabad is the first city chosen by Flynas to start operations in India with two weekly flights between Hyderabad and Riyadh.
Established in 2007, Flynas is the national Saudi Carrier and the leading low cost airline in the Middle East with a fleet of 30 Airbus A320 Aircraft, operating over 1,100 flights weekly to 17 domestic destinations and 53 international destinations including Europe, Africa and Asia.
Hyderabad International Airport is connected with 61 destinations — 44 domestic and 17 international. Nine airlines currently serve RGIA by domestic operations while international flights are operated by 21 airlines from the airport. Over the last 12 months, RGIA has added three new international airlines.