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Flynas back to Beirut
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Flynas, a Saudi based low-cost airline, has re-introduced its Beirut-Riyadh route. Flynas will start flights in early November.

Kurban Travel will be the sole local agent for Flynas.

Bander Al Hassan, Director of Marketing and Communication at Flynas, said: “The company will operate four flights per week from King Khaled Airport in Riyadh.”

Travelers on Flynas have to pay for onboard food. They have the ability to carry 20 kilograms of baggage for free, and any additional weight will be paid for.

The price of a ticket on the Beirut-Riyadh route is $80 for flights in November. Ticket prices increase when selecting specific seats. The aircraft includes a Business Class section.

Formerly known as Nas Air, the company ended operations in Lebanon in 2013 due to the banning of flights over Syrian territory. “We are flying currently over Egypt, and this is requiring one additional hour,” said Al Hassan.
Reported by Rania Ghanem
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Date Posted: Oct 05, 2017