Dubai-based carrier, flydubai, has announced the launch of flights to four destinations in Saudi Arabia over the next few weeks.
It will begin flights to Neom from March 16, Najran from March 18, Al Qaisumah from March 21 and Jizan from April 26.
The schedule includes twice-weekly services to Neom airport as well as Al Qaisumah Hafar Al Batin airport. Also, the airline will operate thrice-weekly flights to Najran airport and fly four times a week to Jizan airport.
All the above flights will operate from Terminal 2 at Dubai International.
The schedule of these flights is below:
|Start Date||Flight Number||Departure Airport||Arrival Airport||Frequency|
|March 16||FZ 851/852||Terminal 2, DXB||Neom Airport (NUM)||02 weekly flights|
|March 18||FZ 803/804||Terminal 2, DXB||Najran Airport (EAM)||03 weekly flights|
|March 21||FZ 837/838||Terminal 2, DXB||Al Qaisumah Hafar Al Batin Airport (AQI)||02 weekly flights|
|FZ 801/802||Terminal 2, DXB||Jizan Airport (GIZ)||04 weekly flights|
Earlier this year, the airline also resumed its operations to AlUla with a twice-weekly service that began from January 12.
Hamad Obaidalla, chief commercial officer at flydubai, said: “Flydubai remains committed to opening up underserved markets. As Saudi Arabia continues on its path of economic growth and investment in developing its tourism sector, we look forward to offering passengers from the UAE and around our network the opportunity to explore more of the country.”
The airline operates flights to more than 114 destinations, 75 of which were underserved markets that did not previously have direct air links to Dubai. It currently has a fleet of 76 Boeing 737 aircraft.