Wizz Air is exploring options to establish a new subsidiary airline in Saudi Arabia. The ultra-low-cost airline has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the country’s Ministry of Investment to “explore market development opportunities” in de Kingdom of Saudi...
Saudi Arabian low-cost airline flynas is set to drastically grow in the remainder of this decade. Its Board of Directors has ratified plans to more than double its fleet from the previously projected 120 aircraft to 250 aircraft in 2030, in line with the country’s...
Saudi Arabian Airlines or Saudia is in negotiations with Airbus and Boeing about a new widebody order for an unspecified number of aircraft. The airline says it needs the aircraft for the expansion of its network, which it has plans to grow from ninety destinations...
In a world full of political tensions, 2021 has started on the bright side in the Middle East. The signing of the Al Ula-agreement by the six leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council during their summit on January 5 ends 3.5 years of tensions with Qatar and its...
Abu Dhabi is set te become a low-cost airlines battlefield in the Middle East as a new entrant announced it will join the market in 2020. Central and East European airline Wizz Air will form a joint venture with Abu Dhabi Development Holding (ADDH) to create a new...
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