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Nas Air To Begin Mumbai Flight Services

Nas Air will begin flights directly from the Kingdom to Mumbai four times a week by the end of March.  Nas Air is a subsidiary of Riyadh based Saudi National Air Services (SNAS). 

Chief executive officer of SNAS, Sulieman Abdullah Al-Hamdan, said “We plan to operate four flights a week from Saudi Arabia to Mumbai at the end of March, possibly two from Riyadh and two from Jeddah.”  The airline will later fly to other Indian cities like Cochin, Calicut, and New Delhi.
 

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