[CORRECTED] Saudi Arabian low-cost carrier flynas is reinventing itself as a hybrid carrier and plans to launch Airbus A330-200 long-haul operations next year. Nasair, which was recently rebranded as flynas, launched operations in 2007. It employs 750 staff and has carried 12 million passengers to date, but has been battling for profitability because of its suboptimal size and constrained home market. To safeguard its future, flynas is undergoing a transition from low-cost to hybrid, ...

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