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|Commenced operations||February 2007|
|Company slogan||The Kingdom's First Low-Cost Airline|
|Parent company||National Air Services|
|Headquarters||Riyadh, Saudi Arabia|
Flynas (Arabic: طيران ناس) formerly Nas Air, is a domestic and international low-cost airline based in Saudi Arabia, the country's first and only budget airline. The company's head office is located on the first floor of the Al Salam Centre in Riyadh.
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Saudi Arabian Airlines was the only airline in the country until 2006, when budget carriers Nas Air and Sama Airlines got their licenses from the government. Nas Air was founded in 2007 . Operations started in February that year.
The company rebranded to Flynas in November 2013.
- Serving passengers with 950 weekly flights
- Covers 88 routes both within and outside Saudi Arabia
- Since the launch of its operations, flynas transported more than 12 million passengers through more than 110,000 flights
In February 2013Yanbu from Dammam were launched. Also that month, the airline started flying from Dammam to Khartoum, with the Sudanese capital becoming the first international destination ever to be linked to the Saudi city., flights to
Flynas became the first low-cost carrier to serve the Saudi Arabia-UK market when it launched the Jeddah–London-Gatwick service, its first European long-haul route, in April 2014 . Medium-haul routes to Karachi and Lahore and long-haul services to Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur are also planned to start that month, followed by Casablanca, Manchester and Islamabad in May the same year, all of them using Airbus A330 equipment. Flights to Iran are also due to commence by the same time.
Flynas has codeshare agreement with the following:
In March 2014 Flynas incorporated the first of three Airbus A330s the carrier will lease from Portugal's Hi Fly. These aircraft, two –200s and a –300, will be used to start long-haul services. As of April 2014[update], the Flynas fleet consists of the following aircraft:,
|Airbus A320-200||20||20||8||168||180|
|Airbus A330-200||2||—||12||323||335||On lease from Hi Fly|
|Airbus A330-300||1||—||TBA||On lease from Hi Fly|
|Boeing 747-400||1||0||496||Operated by Eaglexpress|
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