Saudi upstart carrier aims to disrupt long-haul market


Saudi budget carrier Flynas will start flying to London, Paris, Casablanca, and other far-flung destinations as it aims to be a force in the long-haul market.

The low-cost, low-frills airliner currently has an advantage over some major carriers with its ability to fly within Saudi Arabia, although both Qatar Airways and Saudi Gulf Airlines will have the ability later this year.

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