Flynas Launches Direct Flights between Dammam and Najaf

Flynas, the Saudi air carrier and the leading low-cost airline in the Middle East and the world, launched its first direct flights between Dammam and Najaf in Iraq, June 1, as the first Saudi carrier to connect the two cities.

Following the Saudi General Authority of Civil Aviation’s announcement of flights to and from Najaf, a new air route between the two countries has been established. This is part of the national aviation sector strategy in the Kingdom.

The strategy also aims to double capacity to over 330 million passengers annually and reach more than 250 destinations worldwide. It also reflects the close relations between the Kingdom and Iraq.

Three weekly flights will operate between Dammam and Najaf in central Iraq, reflecting Flynas’s commitment to expand its network of domestic and international destinations.
This move aligns with their strategy “We connect the world to the Kingdom” and the national civil aviation strategy. The goal is to enable national air carriers to connect the Kingdom with 250 international destinations, reaching 330 million passengers and attracting 100 million tourists annually by 2030.

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