Flynas, the low-cost airline of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, has introduced a novel ‘fly now, pay later’ alternative, enabling travelers to split their trip payments into four installments without incurring any interest charges.
They recently announced the flexible payment option as it revealed details of its parytnership with Tabby, an app used for shopping and other financial services.
The partnership comes as travel demand spikes around the world.
With its fleet of 51 aircraft, flynas flies to more than 70 destinations within Saudi Arabia and across the globe, including Dubai.
In July, it was named the fourth best low-cost airline in the world and the best low-cost carrier in the Middle East for the 6th time in a row at Skytrax International Awards.
Hosam Arab, CEO and co-founder of Tabby, said: “This timely partnership will bring air travel closer to so many people who are looking to go on new adventures and reconnect with their loved ones across the world”.
Passengers traveling with flynas can book their flights through the airline’s official website, via its app, its 24/7 call centre (920001234), or travel agents.