Saudi low-cost Flynas also opts for the A321XLR

Paris, France - One more customer signed up for the Airbus's newly launched A321XLR program. Saudi Arabian low-cost Flynas has signed a letter of intent for ten A321XLR.

With this order, the Saudi budget carrier became 12th customer of the aircraft at the Paris Air Show.

With the addition of the ten A321XLS, Flynas has now 86 Airbus A320neo family jet in its order book waiting to be delivered.

Flynas operates a fleet of 30 A320ceos and two A320neos. Since its launch in 2007, Flynas follows an ambitious business plan to grow its fleet in order to add new destinations to its network and increase flight frequencies on the existing routes.

Last year, the airline carried around 6.6 million passengers. With the arrival of the A321XLRs, Flynas will be able to launch new routes to more distant destinations.