Saudi carrier flynas in talks to purchase four new aircraft – CEO


We were delighted to see that Flynas, which made its first profit this year, is in talks with plane manufacturers Airbus and Boeing as it seeks to purchase four new aircraft over the next four years.

Its chief executive told reporters on Sunday: “Profitability has given us confidence. We’re talking to Airbus and Boeing to see their best offer,” Paul Byrne said on the sidelines of an aviation event in Dubai.

Flynas turned profitable earlier this year and has seen nine consecutive months of profit since, Byrne said.

The airline currently has about 26 aircraft in its fleet with the average age of eight and half years, he said.


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