KSA-based budget airline, flyadeal, has officially begun offering services from Dammam to Riyadh, Madinah, Jazan and Abha in Saudi Arabia.
The new services will cater to the needs of residents of the Eastern Province, presenting them with more options for affordable flights in and out of Dammam.
In light of the launch, a dedicated ceremony was held in the departure lounge of Dammam’s King Fahd International Airport, which was attended by CEO, flyadeal, Con Korfiatis, airport officials and employees, and media entities.
During the event, Korfiatis said: “Since our inception, we have worked to deliver on our promise of everyday low fares coupled with a great onboard experience delivered with smiles. As we enter 2019, we celebrate new flights from our virtual base in Dammam to four major destinations in the Kingdom: Riyadh, Madinah, Abha and Gizan. We will also start operating a second daily flight from Jeddah to Tabuk from January 7.
“We are also pleased to announce the opening of our Riyadh base today,” he added. As Saudi Arabia’s capital, main financial hub and an important centre of commerce, we are committed to strengthening our presence and grow our flying here over the course of 2019.”
Also this month, flyadeal will be receiving its 11th new A320 (CEO) aircraft, allowing the airline to further broaden its network.