Saudi low-cost carrier flynas is re-launching operations between the Jeddah and Sharjah with four flights a week starting 16 September 2014.
The airline said it was responding to popular demand.
“We want to be on everyone’s radar when it comes to travel between Saudi Arabia and the UAE,” said Wael Al Sarhan, Director of Marketing & Communication at flynas. “That’s why we are re-launching this route, offering excellent value flights given the high growth of air traffic between Saudi Arabia and Emirates.”
Through a statement the carrier added that the service would not only ease travel between the two cities, but also open numerous connection possibilities. “With Jeddah being a flynas hub, there are onward connections to Adana, Cairo, Dammam, Jizan, Antakya, Khartoum, Riyadh, Istanbul and Aswan,” the statement read.