Flynas becomes sponsor for WWE LIVE shows in Riyadh



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Published — Tuesday 4 March 2014

Last update 4 March 2014 2:25 am

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Flynas, Saudi Arabia’s national carrier, will be the official aviation sponsor for the WWE LIVE shows scheduled to take place on April 17, 18 and 19 for the first time in Saudi Arabia. The venue of the shows is the Green Halls Stadium at the Prince Faisal bin Fahad Olympic Games Complex in Riyadh.
The appointment of flynas was announced during a press conference held by TIME Events & FLASH Entertainment, the organizers of the WWE LIVE shows, which was held at Al Faisaliah Hotel in presence of the WWE superstar Kofi Kingston.
Yazid Al-Rasheed, brand manager at flynas, said: “flynas is extremely glad to be appointed as the aviation sponsor for WWE LIVE shows, which represents a great boost for the tourism and entertainment industry in the Kingdom.”
Al-Rasheed confirmed that top wrestling superstars such as John Cena, Kofi Kingston and others will fly to Riyadh in response to the long-awaited dreams of wrestling fans and followers who eagerly watch this sport through TV channels.
flynas as the aviation sponsor for this major entertainment show will offer flights with competitive fares for WWE fans traveling to Riyadh to attend the WWE LIVE shows and enable them watch their favorite superstars in real live action.
Ahmed Al-Mashhadi, GM, Time Events, said: “I would like to express my sincere thanks and appreciation for flynas’ initiative in supporting this world-class event showing outstanding support. I would also like to thank our other partners who are putting all the efforts needed to present this event which is taking place in Saudi Arabia for the first time by the best resources and preparations.”
Since its launch in 2007, flynas has carried more than 15 million passengers on 140,000 flights, with the highest rate of growth recorded in 2013 when the airline carried 3.3 million passengers.

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