Saudi Arabian low-cost airline, flynas, has signed a Multilateral Interline Traffic Agreement with Egypt’s national carrier, EGYPTAIR.
The agreement will provide passengers of both airlines with a wider range of air travel options, whereby flynas passengers will be able to visit several new destinations across Europe and Africa through EGYPTAIR-operated flights via Cairo International Airport. flynas’ passengers can now visit Asmara, Athens, Paris, Entebbe, Rome, Larnaca, Casablanca, Tunis, N’djamena and Algeria.
Concurrently, EGYPTAIR’s passengers will be able to reach many domestic destinations operated by flynas within Saudi Arabia. The partnership provides a unique advantage that supports flynas’ development and expansion strategy in terms of enhancing its regional and international presence. It also allows flynas to offer a wide range of travel solutions in addition to catering to its passengers’ diverse needs. Such partnerships also contribute towards developing the Kingdom’s air transport sector.
flynas aims to continually enhance the quality of its services and cater to a wider client base through expanding its regional and global reach. This partnership is the latest in a series of recent strategic partnerships, including codeshare agreements with Pegasus airlines and Etihad Airways.