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Nasair Opens New Sales Office In Jeddah

Nasair opened a new sales office in Jeddah, at the corner of King Abdul Aziz and Hera’a streets.  Waleed Mohammed Al-Sheikh, nasair’s marketing and communication director, said “nasair expects to open four sales offices across Jeddah as part of an overall effort to compliment city travel demands on the Kingdom’s first economic and low cost carrier.”  Nasair will open sales offices in Medina, Makkah, Damman, and Riyadh at the end of 2009 and beginning of 2010.

Nasair operates 21 inbound and 21 outbound flights every day and the carrier has seen a continuous rise in demand for tickets.   Travelers can book their flight using the customer oriented online booking system at www.flynas.com, the reliable network of nas agents found locally and internationally, or the airline’s reservation hotline 920001234.
 

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