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NAS air hopes to break even in 2011

May 6- Saudi-budget carrier National Airline Services (NAS) CCO has announced that the airline expects to break even by 2011. Maria Angelika Hanne stated that they plan to increase passenger traffic by 75% and introduce three new routes to India this year. “We made losses in our first year, and last year we reduced our losses by 50%. I am confident that we will reach breakeven next year,” she said. NAS expects to increase to 2.6 million passengers this year.
 

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