Flynas reports 67% increase in November 2016 traffic

Saudi national air carrier, flynas, has reported a 550,000 increase in November 2016 passenger traffic, representing a 67 percent increase compared to November 2015, the company said.

The company said it added 15 new destinations in 2016 and acquired a code-share agreement the Pegasus Airline, and Ettihad Airways, to reach more destinations in Turkey, and travel from Abu Dhabi to the world.

Flynas operates out of four airline operation centers that include Riyadh, Jeddah, Damman and Abha, offering 1100 flights per week on a fleet of 29 aircraft.