Flynas set to fly to Maldives this June

Flynas, previously operated as Nas Air will commence its operations to Maldives in June 2023 | Photo: Gulf News

Malé, Maldives – Flynas Airlines, a low-cost Saudi airline will be commencing its operations to Velana International Airport (VIA) in Malé City this June.

Previously the airline was scheduled to being operations in May, however, this has now been pushed back to June. However, a specific date is yet to be announced by Flynas.

According to the airline, it will operate three flights a week to the central Maldives airport from King Khalid International Airport on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Flynas, previously operated as Nas Air, is operated by the National Air Services (NAS), which currently boasts a fleet of 44 air crafts. The airline began operations in 2007 and rebranded to Flynas in 2013.