Saudi’s Nasair sets expansion plan

08 Dec 2010

(MENAFN) Sulaiman Al Hamdan, CEO of National Air Services (NAS Holding), announced that its Saudi-based low-cost carrier, Nasair, has set up an aggressive expansion plan, adding one new destination a month, Gulf News reported.

Under the plan, Nasair recently launched a new route to Dubai, and aims to increase its frequency to 18 flights per week from 10 flights a week, and add a link to Dammam by 2011, explained Al Hamdan.

The low-cost airline, which has already introduced 10 flights a week between the emirate and the Saudi Arabian cities of Riyadh and Jeddah, operates over 450 flights per week, and plans to add new destinations including cities in Egypt, Turkey and Qatar, revealed Al Hamdan.

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