Saudi Arabian operator Nasjet has signed an FBO service agreement in which Jet Aviation will provide handling services through its global network of FBOs to the fleet of Nasjet aircraft. Nasjet operates over 70 diverse aircraft and Jet Aviation currently manages 19 FBO facilities across Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America.
“We are always looking for strategic partners with whom we can ensure our customers receive personalised service and end-to-end support wherever they may be,” says Nasjet ceo Saad Al-Azwari. “Jet Aviation shares our values and our commitment to excellence and we look forward to a long and successful partnership with them.”
Nasjet was founded in 1999 and is said to be the largest business aviation company in the Middle East. Based in Riyadh, its core fleet is comprised of Airbus, BBJ, Gulfstream, and Hawker aircraft, and includes what it claims is the largest fleet of Gulfstream aircraft in the region. Aside from charter operations its ancillary services include aircraft sales and management, completions oversight, flight support, and FBO services through its Riyadh joint venture with ExecuJet.