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Flyadeal fleet circumnavigated the globe 599 times in 2019

Posted 29 January 2020 · Add Comment

Saudi Arabia’s low cost carrier and the Kingdom’s third-largest airline, with its fleet of 14 aircraft, Flyadeal, has travelled more than 24 million kilometres in 2019 – the equivalent of circumnavigating the globe approximately 599 times.

During this same year, the airline added three new domestic destinations to its network increasing the total number of destinations across its network to 11 domestic destinations across all four corners of the Kingdom. Today, flyadeal flies to to Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, Qassim, Gizan, Abha, Tabuk, Madinah, Hail, Yanbu and Taif and are linked by 18 routes via 98 daily flights.


Flyadeal continued to grow during the past twelve months, transporting over four million passengers, supported by Everyday Low Fares, a growing network of domestic destinations, and a fleet equipped with the latest aircraft consisting of 14 Airbus 320 CEO.


The company has also won three international awards in the field of pioneering low-cost air travel in the region.

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