Low-cost airline flydubai resumes flights to Ha’il and Tabuk in Saudi Arabia
Dubai-based airline flydubai has announced the resumption of flights to Ha’il and Tabuk in Saudi Arabia. This brings the number of destinations served by the carrier in the kingdom to ten.
The airline currently has a network of over 95 destinations in 50 countries.
Services to Ha’il and Tabuk begin May 9 with five weekly flights.
The carrier’s network in Saudi Arabia includes AlUla, Dammam, Gassim, Jeddah, Medina, Riyadh, Taif and Yanbu.
Additionally, flydubai’s flight to Gassim resumes on May 1 with a daily flight.
Read: UAE’s Flydubai resumes service to Gassim, Saudi Arabia
The carrier also restarted operations to Taif from April 15 with daily service.
Read: UAE’s Flydubai restarts service to Taif, Saudi Arabia
Flights to Ha’il Airport and Tabuk Airport will be operated five times a week from Dubai World Central. After the North Runway Renovation Project is completed by June 22, services to Ha’il and Tabuk will resume from Terminal 2 from June 23.
Flights to 34 destinations from flydubai’s network of over 90 destinations will be operated from DWC during this period. These include Addis Ababa, Bahrain, Delhi, Jeddah, Kuwait, Mumbai, Muscat and Riyadh.
In Europe, the airline resumes flights to Catania in Sicily on June 24. It currently operates to Naples and will also launch a new service to Pisa from June 24.
Read: UAE’s Flydubai to launch services to Pisa in June
Separately, in March, the low-cost carrier announced that its total annual revenue in 2021 was Dhs 5.3 billion compared to Dhs 2.8 billion in 2020, an increase of 86%.
Read: UAE’s Flydubai posts profit of Dhs 841 million in 2021