Saudi Arabia’s flynas has announced it will launch direct flights between Riyadh and Bahrain.
Flights will take off from November 15, connecting the two countries in collaboration with the Bahrain Tourism and Exhibition Authority.
The new route will be operated with seven flights per week shuttling between King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh and Bahrain International Airport.
The announcement adds Bahrain’s capital to a growing list of regional destinations connected to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with daily flights from flynas, including Cairo, Dubai, Doha, and Amman.
The move underlines Saudi Arabia’s growth and expansion strategy as it aims to attract 100m tourists annually by 2030 and to connect the Kingdom with 250 international destinations.