One of the leading airlines of UAE, Flydubai, has announced its expansion to four new destinations in Saudi Arabia, including the upcoming futuristic city, Neom.
Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) of Flydubai, Hamad Obaidalla, declared that Saudi Arabia is carrying forward its journey of economic and tourism growth, in light of this, the airline will provide more options for its passengers to visit Saudi Arabia.
Flydubai will operate flights to Saudi Arabia from Dubai International Airport’s (DXB) Terminal 2. Below are the complete details:
|Departure (Dubai)||Arrival (Saudi Arabia)||Launch Date||Flight Number||Frequency|
|Terminal 2 of DXB||Neom Airport (NUM)||16 March 2023||FZ 851/852||2 weekly flights|
|Terminal 2 of DXB||Najran Airport (EAM)||18 March 2023||FZ 803/804||3 weekly flights|
|Terminal 2 of DXB||Al Qaisumah-Hafar Al Batin Airport (AQI)||21 March 2023||FZ 837/838||2 weekly flights|
|Terminal 2 of DXB||Gizan Airport (GIZ)||26 April 2023||FZ 801/802||4 weekly flights|
Neom is a Saudi planned metropolis launched by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in 2017 as part of his Vision 2030 economic reform plan. The city is supposed to be an innovation and technology center, with an emphasis on sustainability and renewable energy.
It is located in the country’s northwest region and is anticipated to cost $500 billion. The project’s goals include attracting worldwide investment and talent, creating new job opportunities, and transforming Saudi Arabia’s economy.