Saudi Arabia’s flynas has announced the launch of direct flights connecting Casablanca in Morocco, to Jeddah.
This new air route is a result of the partnership established with the Air Connectivity Program (ACP).
The collaboration between flynas and ACP marks another step towards contributing to Saudi Arabia’s tourism growth, while also reinforcing the bilateral ties between the two nations.
Saudi to Morocco flights
Starting on August 3, 2023, flynas will initiate direct flights between King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah and Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca, Morocco’s economic and business centre.
Flights will operate three times a week, on Thursdays, Saturdays, and Tuesdays.
The introduction of this route adds to the history of cooperation between flynas and ACP.
This expansion aligns with the Saudi ecosystem’s broader efforts to attract 100 million annual tourists to the Kingdom by 2030.
Currently, flynas operates an extensive network that spans over 70 domestic and international destinations, with a frequency of 1,500 weekly flights.
Since its inception in 2007, flynas has flown more than 60m passengers.
With a focus on growth, flynas aims to expand its reach even further by serving a total of 165 domestic and international destinations, aligning with the objectives of Vision 2030 and contributing to the increased air connectivity within the Kingdom.