Saudi liner gets popular after offering new routes
flyadeal, Saudi Arabia's Everyday Low Fares Airline and the Kingdom’s third largest operator, has announced additions to its current route network in fulfillment of its promise to provide its growing Customer base with more flight options and the convenience in choosing the best option for them with Everyday Low Fares.
After the latest additions were added, flyadeal has gone viral, according to reports.
Con Korfiatis, CEO of flyadeal said: “Since the beginning of our operations, we have worked to deliver on our promise of helping customers enjoy an affordable flight experience delivered with a great attitude.
“With the arrival of our tenth aircraft this week we begin the opening of our Riyadh base and a virtual base from Dammam.
“As a result, we now offer 68 daily flights that link all four corners of the Kingdom and are bringing everyday low fares to ever more customers with fares starting from SAR 78.
“As always book early on flyadeal.com or our Smartphone app to enjoy the lowest fares. However, seats are limited and when they’re gone, they’re gone.”
The fourteen new flights taking to the sky effective January 2, 2019 include 3 daily flights on the new route from Riyadh to Dammam and one additional flight from Riyadh to Abha, increasing the number of flights from Riyadh and Abha to three daily flights.
There are 3 new routes from Dammam – to Medinah, Gizan and Abha – each with a daily flight.
flyadeal has been created to meet the growing demand for affordable air travel in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East.
Owned by the Saudi Arabian Airlines Corporation, flyadeal will operate its initial fleet of brand new A320s in a single-class configuration.