Saudi Arabia-based flynas announced during the first day of the 2023 Paris Airshow its intention to firm up an order for 30 Airbus A320neos.
As a result of the commitment, the airline’s total orders for the A320neo family now hit 120 units. Notably, Airbus makes mention that the deal also includes the A321XLR. The XLR is the latest entry to the A321 series and is slated to enter service in 2024 following a year-long delay due to certification troubles.
As we continue to grow receiving several awards for excellence in operations and customer services and invest in our offering, we are delighted to confirm our latest order with Airbus. The A320neo Family brings unmatched benefits to our passengers, offering exceptional operational performance and environmental benefits, while helping us provide unique travel experiences at low-cost.Bander Almohanna, the Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director of flynas
The deal was signed at the 2023 Paris Airshow, and Airbus notes key executives were present for the all-important signing. It’s a commitment that also reaffirms flynas’ position in the aviation industry.
flynas currently has 48 aircraft in active service, with its largest fleet type measured by total units being the A320neo. 32 of these are in active service with 10 of the A320-200s.