A Saudi Arabian airline on Monday tweeted a warm welcome to pilots and staff from Qatar Airways whom it hopes to poach after the kingdom severed air links with Doha.
Flynas tweeted that it seeks not only pilots but also sales, security, maintenance and other personnel.
In the Gulf's biggest diplomatic crisis in years, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and others cut diplomatic ties with Qatar last week after accusing it of supporting extremist groups.
The gas-rich emirate strongly rejects the allegations.
Analysts say Qatar Airways' position as a major transcontinental carrier is now threatened.
Saudi carrier flynas, looking to expand in a growing domestic market, in January signed $8.6-billion (7.6 billion-euro) deal with European manufacturer Airbus to buy 80 A320neo single-aisle jets.