Flynas, Saudi Arabia’s low cost competitor to Saudia, has launched Business Class service on all its flights between the UAE and KSA.
According to a statement, the premium service will be offered at competitive rates, in line with the airline’s status as a budget carrier.
“The great success of flynas is due to the support of our customers and in response to their loyalty we always listen to what they say, paying particular attention to what they expect from us,” said Wael Al Sarhan, director of marketing and communication at flynas.
“Flynas Business Class service has consistently topped the list of customer requests.”
The introduction of Business Class follows the recent announcement of the airline’s 20X20 strategy of carrying 20 million passengers yearly by 2020.
Flynas Business Class cabin will feature eight 8 premium seats with a seat pitch of 48 inches and arm space of 40 inches.
Passengers are allowed two pieces of baggage weighing 25kg each.
The airline, which launched in 2007 as a budget carrier, has announced plans to move into long haul. It carried 3.3 million passengers in 2013.