Petroleum Air Services
|Focus cities||Alexandria, Port Said, Ras Gharib, Ras Shukeir, Abu Rudeis|
|Fleet size||7 and 37 helicopters|
|Destinations||Alexandria, Port Said, Ras Gharib, Luxor, Ras Shukeir, Abu Rudeis, El Tor, Marsa Matrouh|
|Key people||Gamil Morad (Chairman & MD)|
Petroleum Air Services (PAS) is an airline based in Cairo, Egypt. It provides oil industry support services and has extensive helicopter operations. The airline also operates commercial passenger services within Egypt and to regional cities. Its main base is Cairo International Airport.
The airline's headquarters is in Nasr City, Doctor Batrawy Street; it moved operations there in 1990.
PAS main operations focus on serving the petroleum industry in Egypt. All petroleum operations are conducted and flown by the Bell-212, Bell-412, Bell-206, Eurocopter-135 and AgustaWestland AW139helicopters.
The main bases/cities of operations are:
Alexandria – Port Said – Sidi Kerir – Abu Rudeis – Ras Gharib – Ras Shukeir
PAS Air provides charter flights to all domestic destinations inside Egypt plus other international destinations within the region
Airline Feeder Services
PAS is capable of providing Tour Operators, Aerial Photography, Petroleum Industry Flights, and short flights to connect with other scheduled airline flights through PAS's fleet of Airplanes and Helicopters.
The Petroleum Air Services fleet consists of the following (fixed-wing) aircraft (as of August 2016):
|Bombardier Dash 8-Q300||5||—||50|
|Bell 412 HP/EP||13||0||-|
|Bell 206 L3 (Long Ranger)||6||0||-|
|Bell 206 B3 (Jet Ranger)||2||0||-|
|Eurocopter EC135 P2+||3||0||-|
- "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-10. p. 63.
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