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Tourism & Hospitality | Thursday 7 May, 2015 2:02 pm |


As part of the strategic development and business continuity, NASJET the largest private aviation operator in the Middle East, is continuing with its sights set on setting new standards for the business aviation industry. Plans are to make the company an industry-leading full-service operator with a significant profile worldwide.

“With the increased fleet size and the new alliances, NASJET is strongly positioned to move forward in 2015,” said Engineer Saad Al Azwari, CEO of NASJET. “We expect to extend our leading position regionally while expanding our networks globally to become a truly full-service outfit with a strong global brand presence.”
In addition to augmenting its fleet with the recent addition of three new aircraft under its management, NASJET has formed a strategic partnership with The Jet Business, Europe’s leading business aviation broker that is also known for its strong sales operations. Meanwhile, NASJET also renewed its long-term contractual relationship with Jeppesen, the leading international flight planner and facilitator, which will also increase flight department operational efficiency.

The service contract underscores Jeppesen's dedication to serving not just the key Saudi Arabian market but the entire Middle Eastern region. Jeppessen is also providing NASJET with flight planning, runway analysis, charting and navigation data services, to fully support NASJET's flight operation needs.
In addition, Nas Jet have finalized an agreement with international providers for advanced flight training of NASJET pilots on a wide range of aircraft.

NASJET also joined forces with Luxembourg-based Luxaviation in a strategic agreement signed in December 2014 targeting Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. The alliance will create the second-largest fleet in the global private aviation industry, offering a combined fleet total of more than 150 business jets to customers on three different continents.
“Our new identity is the basis of which we offer new, dynamic and innovative services to all of our clients. It also manifests the company's strategy that aims to develop and improve our services and entrench NASJET's status as a pioneer in the region's private aviation industry.” said Mr. Abdulelah Al Rasheed, Marketing and PR Manager of NASJET.

Already the only private jet operator in the Middle East able to provide a complete range of corporate aviation services including Aircraft Sales, Completions, Flight Support, Management, Charter, and Fixed Base Operation. NASJET expects a significant enhancement of these activities globally as it expands its network of international partnerships and strengthens its brand presence internationally
Based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, NASJET manages and maintains a fleet of 70 fixed-wing aircraft with an insured value in excess of $2 billion, and flies hundreds of VIPs to more than 10,000 airports around the world. The NASJET core fleet is comprised of Airbus, BBJ, Gulfstream, and Hawker aircraft, and includes the largest fleet of Gulfstream aircraft in the Middle East.
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