Saudi Arabian low-cost carrier Flynas will introduce seasonal flights between Qassim and Sarajevo this summer, Ex-Yu Aviation News portal reports.
Services will operate three times per week, each Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, starting May 25.
The route will complement Flynas’ existing seasonal flights from Riyadh and Jeddah to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital.
FlyBosnia itself also runs flights between Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital and Qassim, in central Saudi Arabia, over the summer.
Flynas, formerly Nas Air, is a domestic and international low-cost airline based in Saudi Arabia, the country’s first budget airline. The company’s head office is located in Riyadh.
Saudi Arabian Airlines was the only airline in the country until 2006, when budget carriers Nas Air and Sama Airlines got their licenses from the government. Nas Air was founded in 2007. Operations started in February that year. In late 2007, Nas Air firmed up an order for the acquisition of 20 aircraft of the Airbus A320 family.
The company changed its name from Nasair to Flynas in November 2013.