Saudi Arabia-based flynas has scooped two Skytrax awards, including the ‘Best Low-Cost Airline in the Middle East’ accolade for the third year in a row and the ‘Best Airline Staff in the Middle East’ accolade.
The carrier was awarded these titles during the Skytrax World-Airline Awards ceremony, which took place in Paris on June 18, on the side-lines of the Paris Air show.
CEO, flynas, Bander Al-Mohanna enthused: “These awards are a remarkable national achievement for our beloved Kingdom in the aviation sector. We pride ourselves on our professional staff who are constantly contributing towards the development of the air transport industry through seeking excellence and leadership.”
He continued: “We are constantly working to add new destinations that meet our passengers’ travel needs, create new markets, provide competitive options, and offer an opportunity to learn about multiple cultures. These efforts have enabled us to achieve such prestigious international awards, in addition to fulfilling our objective to continuously develop and maintain our leading role within the Middle East’s economic aviation market.”
The Skytrax award is a global standard for excellence amongst airlines. Winners are selected based on votes and surveys conducted by Skytrax over 10 months, to rate quality and standards across 41 key performance indicators.
Ever-working to offer its customers new and exciting options, this summer, flynas will be introducing flights to Sarajevo, Vienna, Batumi, Tbilisi and Baku.
“We strive to provide the best services to our guests in order to meet their needs and diverse requirements. We also work to enhance the efficiency of our passengers’ experience and achieve their aspirations,” Al-Mohanna concluded.