Flynas for the ultimate experience!

Air travel has gone on from being a purely niche area of travel to becoming one of the greatest money-spinners in modern transportation. Today, hordes of airlines fiercely compete to capture the millions who choose to fly from city to city or even on a continental scale almost each day. However, the balance of reasonable rates and a competent standard of treatment mean that customers still prefer economical airlines, which is where Nasair comes into focus. Here’s what to know about the airline!

Essential facts

The airline’s headquarters are at the King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It holds the distinction for being one of the only airliners in the world for having practically implemented the eco-friendly Sharklet specifications for its aircraft. The airline is well renowned for its trademark Airbus A320s, and since the beginning of the year 2015 it has also introduced Airbus A330s and A350s into the fleet. In recent times, NAS air has been rebranded by its proprietors as Flynas.

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Reach

Making a single NAS air online booking will allow any passenger easy access to most important hubs in the Middle Eastern Region, such as Jeddah, Dammam, Doha, Dubai and even Cairo to name a few. However, this is hardly all as the airline’s tenacious network allows travellers access to many international cities around the world, such as the likes of London and Amsterdam, proving that NAS airways have got what it takes to give the biggest of global carriers a good challenge!

Salient features

NAS Airlines boasts of a number of impressive services onboard that seemingly justify the immense praise and revenue that heads its way each year, namely:

  • Having your NAS Air flight status pop up online regularly is now a good thing, since frequent flyers who are regulars with the airline now have access to lounges, discounts and a host of other benefits.
  • The airline has juggled many roles effectively, such as being the official carrier for Hajj pilgrims in September 2014 as part of the National Air Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON)
  • Passengers can use the web-check 48 hours in advance, saving them last-minute rushes.
  • Special procedures exist to tend to pregnant women, senior citizens and children.

So fly nas!

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