Time: July 23, 2018
Saudi low-cost carrier flynas was named the ‘Best Low-Cost Airline in the Middle East’ for the second consecutive year by Skytrax.
The airline earned the award based on votes and surveys conducted by Skytrax over a 10-month period. It was honoured during the Skytrax World Airline Awards ceremony held in London, in the presence of flynas’ CEO, Bander Al-Mohanna and members of the senior management.
Al-Mohanna stated: “The award is a remarkable national achievement for the airline and it will be added to the list of flynas’ achievements accomplished as a result of our guests’ confidence and their continuous support, in addition to the professional teamwork aiming to achieve the market’s aspirations, as we seek to continuously develop in order to maintain our leading role in the Middle East’s economic aviation.”
Al-Mohanna said flynas aims to continuously expand its business and operations in innovation, providing new services, offering diverse travel options and reaching new global destinations in 2018 such as Vienna, Baku, Tbilisi, Athens and Trabzon in order to meet its passengers’ needs and to maximize their satisfaction.
“The Skytrax award is a result of flynas’ strategy, which is based on providing the best customer service such as the first travel insurance service in Saudi Arabia and naStream service that was launched on July 1, 2017, via passengers’ personal smart devices,” he added.
The Skytrax award is a global standard for excellence amongst airlines. The winners are selected based on votes and surveys conducted by Skytrax over a 10-month period to rate quality and standards across 41 key performance indicators related to services and products offered by airlines.