National Air Services - NasAir

 NAS Air

 IATA Code: XY | ICAO Code: KNE | Callsign: NAS EXPRESS

1st Floor, Al Salam Centre
Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz Street (Tahlia), Olaya
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
P.O.Box 305161 Riyadh, 11361

Ownership: a fully owned subsidiary National Air Services (NAS), Saudi Arabia,  Kingdom Holding Company  owns 37% of NAS

NasAir is a Saudi Arabian domestic low-cost airline, initally started as a charter operation. NasAir, a subsidiary of the National Air Services (NAS) commercial flights commenced on 25 February 2007. NasAir operational base is King Abdulaziz International Airport, Jeddah, with a hub at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh.

NAS Air News
CAIRO - flynas, Saudi Arabia’s low cost carrier, announced the launch of four weekly flights between Aswan and Jeddah starting from 27 January 2014 marking its sixth destination in Egypt. Read More »»»
ENGLEWOOD, COLO. - Jeppesen, part of Boeing Digital Aviation, and flynas, a low-cost carrier in Saudi Arabia, reached a five-year service agreement covering electronic flight bag (EFB), digital navigation data and flight planning services. Read More »»»
Lufthansa Technik AG and NAS-Holding of Saudi Arabia are extending their cooperation. Lufthansa Technik already provides component and engine services for NAS fleet and support for the new technical subsidiary NAS-Tech. Now the two partners will join forces in offering technical services for customers in Saudi Arabia. Read More »»»
Le Bourget, National Air Services (NAS) today announced that it has selected CFM International's CFM56-5B engine to power 20 firm Airbus A320 family aircraft.
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Lufthansa Technik AG and National Air Services (NAS) in Saudi Arabia are expanding their existing collaboration and have signed a ten-year cooperation agreement. On Wednesday the contract was subscribed by Sulaiman Al-Hamdan, CEO of NAS Group, and August Wilhelm Henningsen, Chairman of the Executive Board of Lufthansa Technik AG, during an official signing ceremony in Riyadh/ Saudi Arabia. Read More »»»

The National Air Service (NAS) has decided to transform into a holding that’s the leading provider of aviation services in the Middle East. The holding includes several specialized companies that resulted from transforming the company’s different functions and activities into independent companies.

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