Flynas formerly Nas Air, is a domestic and international low-cost airline based in Saudi Arabia, the country's first and only budget airline. The company's head office is located on the first floor of the Al Salam Centre in Riyadh. Saudi Arabian Airlines was the only airline in the country until 2006, when budget carriers Nas Air and Sama Airlines got their licenses from the government. Nas Air was founded in 2007. Operations started in February that year. The company changed its name from Nasair to Flynas in November 2013.
Flynas has a fleet size of 29 and an average fleet age of 9.1 years. Flynas incorporated the first of three Airbus A330s the carrier would lease from Portugal's Hi Fly. These aircraft, including the Airbus –200 and the Airbus –300 models, were be used to start long-haul services. The airline also added the Airbus A350 to its fleet to show rapid development in the aviation sector in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
FlyNas. with a young fleet of 27 aircraft, operating nearly 950 weekly flights on 26 destinations within and outside of Saudi Arabia. Launched in 2007, flynas has successfully operated over 140,000 flights carrying more than 15 million passengers, a number that has steadily grown over the years. It connects Saudi Arabia to destinations all over the world, frequented ones in the Middle East include, , Kuwait, Dammam, Duai, Jeddah, Amman , Medina , Abu Dhabi and Sharjah.
On board the aircraft, passengers may pre-order from the menu, or have the provion to bring their own snacks and drinks which would be considered as a part of their cabin baggage allowance. The airline offers luxurious lounges in many destinations in the UAE such as Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Dubai. It’s focused in offering Hajj services and started with Europe, Middle East & Africa slowly increasing sales from these regions.