Saudi Arabia’s low-cost Flynas is increasing flight frequency between Georgia and Saudi Arabia, adding Qassim as a regular destination as of July 1, the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency (GCAA) announced.
The airline will operate regular flights from four destinations with 11 additional flights per week during the summer.
Flynas will operate flights until the end of July per the following schedule:
- Tbilisi – Qassim – Tbilisi (every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday)
- Riyadh – Tbilisi – Riyadh (six days per week except for Monday)
- Jeddah – Tbilisi – Jeddah (every day per week)
- Dammam -Tbilisi – Dammam (six days per week except for Tuesday)
The airline was granted an increased frequency operating permit on June 30.
The low-cost airline of Saudi Arabia also operates flights to Batumi International Airport with the following schedule:
- Riyadh – Batumi – Riyadh (from May 17 to September 5, four days per week)
- Jeddah – Batumi – Jeddah (from May 18 to September 4, three days per week)
- Dammam – Batumi – Dammam (from May 18 to September 4, three days per week)
Flynas entered the Georgian aviation market in 2018, but suspended flights in 2020 due to the pandemic.
Restrictions on regular flights to the country have been lifted since February 1.
Low-cost carrier airline Flynas restored flights to Georgia on May 17.