Articles Tagged ‘Nas Air’
Nas Air adds two domestic and one regional route to its network
Nas Air connects Riyadh and Taif; Dammam and Yanbu; adds Kuwait City to its Taif network.
Riyadh: International traffic more than doubles in a decade; new services from Shaheen Air and SpiceJet
Two new airlines – Shaheen Air and SpiceJet – were already welcomed to Riyadh Airport in 2013, adding four new routes to the airport’s offering. But with international traffic more than doubling up in size since 2002, the airport is now entering yet another decade of growth. New destinations for 2013 include Rome with Alitalia.
flydubai announces Riyadh and Jeddah; faces low-cost competition from nasair and Air Arabia
Dubai’s low-cost carrier has announced two major routes to Saudi Arabia, but which low-cost carrier already operates on both routes? And which indirect competition makes the competitive situation even tougher?
New airline routes launched (1-7 February 2011)
31 new routes launched across the world in the last week. Two different airlines moved some of its services between competing airports, but which ones? Which are the four new African routes launched? And which low-cost carrier just entered a highly competitive route?
New airline routes launched
(30 November – 6 December)
An entire 54 new routes launched in the last week! Basel, Delhi and Rome Fiumicino saw the most new routes, but we have a full report from all over the world. And most importantly, lots of great pictures to go with it!
New routes launched during the last week
(Tuesday 26 October – Tuesday 2 November)
Download the spreadsheet with this week’s 250 new routes and see our fantastic photo coverage of launch celebrations all across the world. Ribbons have been cut in masses, lakes have been emptied for fire brigades to salute the arriving aircraft and the world’s master bakers have worked day and night to bake an amazing selection […]
Nas Air now only Saudi LCC; two new links to Dubai will take international network to over 30 routes
Now that Sama is no more Nas Air is the only remaining Saudi-based LCC. International routes now represent over half of the airline’s capacity but which routes has it started this year? How much competition does it face on its busiest domestic route?
City Airline adjusts network policy; JetBlue finally gets to serve Reagan; Nas Air ramps up international routes; Wizz Air raises Luton network to 20 routes
Sweden’s City Airline is under new ownership and tweaks its schedule while JetBlue reveals plans for Washington’s downtown airport. Nas Air is expanding across the Middle East while Wizz Air’s Luton ‘base’ gets bigger.
Saudi market grows as liberalisation lets LCCs in; Nas Air and Sama growing internationally
Saudi Arabia is home to two low-cost carriers, Nas Air and Sama. How did their emergence impact traffic figures at the nation’s airports? Which are the leading international airlines and which are the leading country markets for international flights?
Saudi Arabia starts to embrace liberalisation: local LCCs respond enthusiastically
Liberalisation, of sorts, has even made it to Saudi Arabia. Two new local LCCs have grasped the opportunity to compete in the huge domestic market previously dominated by Saudi Arabian. Which are the top 10 domestic airports? Which are the most popular country markets to and from Saudi Arabia and which airlines are providing the services?
Nas Air follows JetBlue model by using Embraer jets to complement Airbus fleet
Saudi Arabia has two LCCs – Sama and Nas Air. Nas Air has recently ordered some Embraer jets to complement its Airbus fleet thus following in the footsteps of JetBlue. It has also taken on its share of PSO routes from Saudi Arabian Airlines. How many domestic destinations does it now serve from Riyadh and where else does it serve?