Nas Air to fly to Mumbai

11 February 2010

The Saudi airline also plans to start flights to three other Indian cities in the future

Riyadh-based Nas Air will launch direct flights to Mumbai from Saudi Arabia at the end of March.

The airline will fly four times a week to Mumbai on India’s west coast from both Riyadh and Jeddah, according to Arab News.

The airline plans to add more routes to other Indian cities in the future, including New Delhi, Cochin and Calicut.

Nas Air is a subsidiary of Saudi National Air Services.

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