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Wego reports that Flynas, one of Saudi Arabia’s leading low-cost airlines, is set to enhance its international connectivity by introducing direct flights from Jeddah to Ankara, Turkey. This exciting new route, announced by Flynas on their official Twitter page, signifies the airline’s commitment to expanding its network and offering passengers more travel options.


In a recent X post, Flynas, also known as Nas Airlines, unveiled the latest addition to its flight offerings, declaring they will launch new direct flights between Jeddah and Ankara in Turkey starting on 7 November.

This move is expected to boost both tourism and business ties between Saudi Arabia and Turkey. The direct flight between Jeddah and Ankara will not only offer Saudi travelers a gateway to Turkey’s bustling capital but also provide Turkish tourists easier access to Saudi Arabia’s vibrant cities and cultural heritage.

The new route is part of Flynas’ mission to create seamless travel experiences while connecting people across borders. By launching direct flights to Ankara, Flynas aims to support the Kingdom’s vision of promoting tourism and enhancing global connectivity.

In steadfast pursuit of its mission to “Connect the World to the Kingdom,” Flynas continues its expansion efforts with the aim of making air travel more accessible and enjoyable for passengers within Saudi Arabia and around the world.

As Flynas extends its global footprint, the airline is poised to assume an even more substantial role in the global aviation sector, furthering tourism, reinforcing economic ties, and fostering international relations. Travelers can now secure their tickets for these direct flights, commencing on 7 November, through the official Flynas website.