flynas to connect Jeddah, Sharjah with direct flights
Jeddah hub provides connections to numerous domestic and international destinations
Whether it is a weekend getaway, a family visit or an urgent business meeting, travelers between Jeddah, in Saudi Arabia, and Sharjah, in the United Arab Emirates, flynas responds to popular demand and re-launches the operation between the two cities with four flights a week starting Sep. 16, 2014.
“We want to be on everyone’s radar when it comes to travel between Saudi Arabia and the UAE,” said Wael Al Sarhan, director of Marketing & Communication at flynas.“That’s why we are re-launching this route with tickets priced especially with the high growth of the Air traffic between Saudi Arabia and Emirates.”
The service not only eases travel between two of the most cities on the Arabian Peninsula, it opens numerous connection possibilities, As a hub for flynas, Jeddah offers ongoing connections to Adana, Cairo, Dammam, Jizan, Antakya, Khartoum, Riyadh, Istanbul and Aswan
Flynas announced launching the promotional fares for the flights to Sharjah with effect of Sep. 16, one-way economy fares from Jeddah to Sharjah will start at an amazingly low SR409 (about $109).
During the same period, one-way economy fares from Sharjah to Jeddah will start at just SR449.
Business-class travel, regardless of starting your trip in Jeddah or Sharjah will bow at SR1309.
All flights between the two cities will use the ultra-modern Airbus 320.
Flights originating in Jeddah will depart at 8:45 a.m. and arrive in Sharjah at 1 p.m. From Sharjah, flights leave at 1:50 p.m. and arrive in Jeddah at 4 p.m. Flights both ways will operate four times a week.
This article was first published in the Saudi Gazette.
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