: Saudi Arabia airline Flynas has picked the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) as its flight destination hub, flying three times a week.
The airline has also forged a partnership with a local company, My Rezqi Sdn Bhd, as its flight ticket agent in this region.
In a statement, My Rezqi said Flynas would use Airbus 330-300 aircraft which could seat 327 passengers in three flight classes, business, special economy and standard economy.
My Rezqi Chief Executive Officer, Wan Mokhter Ab Latiff, said Flynas was ready to increase its flight frequencies depending on demand from Malaysia and the region, especially for umrah.
"Flynas also offers other destinations such as London Gatwick and London Heathrow, Manchester, Paris, Ansterdam, Cassablanca, Brussels, Geneva and Islamabad with stop over in Jeddah," he said