The leading Saudi low-cost airline Flynas has announced that next summer, in addition to the seasonal flights on the Riyadh-Podgorica route, which operated for a short time this year, they will also introduce a regular seasonal route between the capital of Saudi Arabia and Tivat.
The Riyadh-Tivat line will start operating on June 1 and will run until August 31.
Flynas’ Airbus A 320neo aircraft with a capacity of 170 passengers will fly on it. The line will be maintained three times a week – on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
By the way, Flynas flights on the Riyadh – Tivat route, according to the original announcements of that company and the management of the Montenegro Airport, were supposed to start this summer, but that did not happen due to, as explained by ACG at the time, “a chronic lack of aircraft and personnel with which faced by the entire airline industry”.
According to the original plans, Flynas was supposed to make a total of 53 rotations between the capital of Saudi Arabia and Tivat, but that did not happen, and instead, in the second half of the summer season, the Saudi low-cost carrier made only about 10 flights between Riyadh and Podgorica, local media reported.