Saudi Arabian hybrid carrier flynas has detailed its expansion plans for the next few years, which include acquiring 60 single-aisle aircraft, with up to 40 options. The carrier operates 26 Airbus A320s, but these are all on leases that will progressively expire over the next six years and must be replaced, CEO Paul Byrne told ATW. The Riyadh-based airline, which operates mainly within Saudi Arabia and the Gulf, has been in discussions with Boeing, Airbus and Bombardier: “We’re ...

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