Nasair

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This article is about the Eritrean airline. For the Saudi airline, see Flynas.
Nasair
Nasair Eritrea Boeing 737-200 Iwelumo.jpg
A Nasair Boeing 737-200.
IATA
UE
ICAO
NAS
Callsign
NASAIRWAYS
Founded 2006
Hubs Asmara International Airport
Fleet size 1
Destinations 7
Headquarters Asmara, Eritrea
Website www.nasair.aero

Nasair, officially known as Nasair Eritrea,[1] was an airline based in Asmara, Eritrea, belonging to the Nasair Group.[2] It operates scheduled flights to domestic destinations in Eritrea, as well as limited scheduled services to the Middle East and Eastern Africa. As of May 2014 the airline was reported to be "out of business."[3][4]

History[edit]

The company was founded in 2006 and is one of three divisions of the Nasair Group. The three subsidiaries of the Group are:[5]

  • Nasair Consultant - Provides airline and airport consultancy services.
  • Nasair Air Service - The airline. Provides, domestic, regional and international scheduled passenger and cargo services.
  • Nasair Maintenance Center - Will provide aircraft maintenance services for own aircraft and those of other airline companies, once regulatory approval is obtained.

Destinations[edit]

A Nasair Boeing 737-200.

As of November 2012 Nasair served the following destinations:[6]

Africa
 Eritrea
 Kenya
 Sudan
 South Sudan
 Uganda
Asia
 United Arab Emirates
 Saudi Arabia
Nasair staff and an Airbus A320.

Fleet[edit]

The Nasair fleet includes the following aircraft (as of November 2012):[7][8]

Nasair Fleet:
Aircraft In Fleet Orders Notes
Boeing 737-200 Adv 1 0

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