A low-cost airline has introduced a new service between New Delhi and Riyadh as part of new expansion plans.

A low-cost airline has introduced a new service between New Delhi and Riyadh as part of new expansion plans.

Nasair, which operates Airbuses A320s, believes there is a growing demand for direct flights to Delhi from Saudi Arabia and is addition to flights to Mumbai, Calicut and Kochi already offered by the airline.

“This is another stage of our network expansion and also the fact that there is a huge demand in this sector between India and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” said Nasair’s chief executive officer, Simon Stewart.

He added that the airline is already planning to add other destinations to its network as it continues to expand.

So far, Nasair has succeeded in attracting significant passenger numbers, with load factors of 86 per cent on flights to Mumbai and 70 per cent on flights to Kochi.

Written by Alex Cochranel

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