flydubai launches 4 new destinations in Saudi Arabia

The airline said it remains committed to opening up to unserved markets. From the source

Flydubai announced yesterday the launch of four new destinations in Saudi Arabia, explaining that they include Neom from March 16, Najran from March 18, in addition to Qaisumah from March 21, and Jizan from April 26.

Earlier this year, the airline resumed operations to AlUla, with two flights per week from January 12.

flydubai's Chief Commercial Officer, Hamad Obaidullah, said: "The airline remains committed to opening up to underserved markets," noting that the airline offers its passengers the opportunity to explore more of the Kingdom's tourism potential.