Dubai-based airline flydubai has announced today that it will boost its services to Saudi Arabia with 12 new flights per week.
An additional daily flight to Riyadh and five flights to Hofuf Airport will start from 16 March 2019.
Commenting on the increase of flights to Saudi Arabia Hamad Obaidalla, Chief Commercial Officer at flydubai said:
“Saudi Arabia remains an important market for flydubai and we are delighted to be able to increase our services to the Kingdom as trade and tourism between the UAE and Saudi Arabia continues to grow.”
“We would like to thank the authorities in Saudi Arabia for their cooperation in supporting flydubai and providing the necessary facilities and services needed for the success of our flights,” said Hamad Obaidalla
“With these additional flights our commitment to serve our passengers in the Kingdom will enable passengers to travel to numerous destinations,” he added.
flydubai will now operate to 11 points in Saudi Arabia from its hub in Dubai. In addition, flydubai operates to Abha, Dammam, Hail, Jizan, Medina, Qassim, Riyadh, Tabuk, Taif, and Jeddah providing passengers with the opportunity to connect onwards to Asia, Europe, India and Russia.
flydubai has recently announced the launch of flights to Tashkent in Uzbekistan from March 2019 along with flights to Naples in Italy and Budapest, the Hungarian capital, from June 2019. It also recently launched flights to Kozhikode, India. The airline’s network of destinations has now grown to more than 90 destinations in 47 countries around the world served by a fleet of 64 modern Boeing 737 aircraft.
As part of the Emirates flydubai partnership announced in 2017, Emirates will codeshare on this route.