Flynas inaugurates a route between Jeddah and Casablanca
Flynas is expanding its reach with the launch of a new route to Casablanca as part of its Air Connectivity program. Since the beginning of last month, this company now operates three flights a week between King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah and Mohammed V Airport in Casablanca.
The new route is served by the A330-300, providing passengers with a comfortable and enjoyable travel experience. With flights scheduled on Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:40 p.m., travelers will benefit from great flexibility in planning their trips. Return flights are scheduled on the same days, with a departure from Casablanca at 8:10 p.m.
By introducing this new destination, Flynas aims to improve air connectivity between Saudi Arabia and Morocco, meeting the growing demand for travel and exchange between the two countries. Casablanca, the economic and cultural center of Morocco, is a popular destination for business and leisure travelers.
The inclusion of Casablanca in the Flynas network opens up a multitude of possibilities for travelers. With its bustling markets, historic architecture and unique blend of European and Arabic influences, the White City offers a rich and diverse cultural experience. Visitors can explore iconic sites like the Hassan II Mosque, wander the bustling streets of the Medina, or indulge in traditional Moroccan cuisine at local restaurants.
This new connection also offers interesting possibilities for trade and tourism. The air connectivity program aims to promote economic growth and strengthen ties between nations. By facilitating travel and trade, Flynas plays a crucial role in connecting people and businesses, strengthening bilateral relations and fostering mutual prosperity.
It should be noted that Saudia, the national carrier of Saudi Arabia, also operates on this intercontinental route. The inclusion of multiple airlines gives passengers more options and flexibility in choosing their preferred carrier and travel arrangements. In addition, Royal Air Maroc, the flagship company of the Maghreb country, also serves this route.