Saudi Arabian carrier flynas has received four Airbus A320neo aircraft in two weeks, leaving just four more to arrive to reach its full order of the variant for 2023.
According to low-cost airline flynas, the four aircraft arrived in the last two weeks of October 2023, meaning it now has 43 A320neo jets, representing more than 70% of its fleet.
Over the past 10 months flynas has received a total of 15 A320neos from the initial order of 19 for delivery in 2023.
“The rapid growth in flynas’ fleet during the last period while the industry and the supply chain are facing challenges reflects the company’s reliability and its strategic partnership with the top aircraft producers in the world to continue with its plans to increase its fleet size and complete taking delivery of the new aircraft,” Bander Almohanna, CEO and Managing Director of flynas, said.
Almohanna added: “We are delighted to receive 15 new aircraft during 10 months of the total 19 A320neo aircraft scheduled for delivery in 2023, within an order of purchasing 120 aircraft from Airbus.”
flynas connects more than 70 domestic and international destinations with more than 1,500 weekly flights and has flown more than 60 million passengers since its launch in 2007.
The airline aims to reach 165 domestic and international destinations, in line with the objectives of the Saudi Vision 2030.