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NAS signs strategic ground handling agreement with Royal Jordanian

Kuwait : Monday, December 1, 2008

The region’s fastest growing ground handling company National Aviation Services (NAS) today announced the signing of an agreement with Royal Jordanian Airlines for the provision of ground handling and support services at the Kuwait International Airport at an official ribbon-cutting ceremony held at the Kuwait International Airport. The ceremony which was followed by an official ribbon cutting at the check-in counters at the Kuwait Airport, took place with senior management of NAS, Royal Jordanian and Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) present. Through this agreement, NAS will provide Royal Jordanian with airline ground handling services like ground/ramp support, passenger services and cargo management.

Passengers traveling on Royal Jordanian will have the option of daily flights from Kuwait to Amman, Jordan and through this will be able to connect to around 58 destinations worldwide. They will also be able to take advantage of other value added services provided by NAS like the Meet & Assist, the Pearl Lounge for First & Business Class Passengers and the soon to be launched exclusive Derwaza mini airport terminal.

“NAS stands out in terms of punctuality and quality of service” said Naji Al-Ajmi, President & Chief Executive Officer of NAS worldwide. “Royal Jordanian has high standards of service in the sky and we are sure to meet if not exceed their expectations on the ground. We are confident that we will be able to add value to their operations in Kuwait with our superior services and excellent relationship management programs.” he continued.Like its ground handling partner in Kuwait, Royal Jordanian has won a number of industry related awards from world renowned and recognized associations like CAPA and Air Finance Journal and will be looking forward to upgrading the services it offers to its passengers traveling to and from Kuwait.“We at NAS take all the steps to ensure that our customers have an edge over their contemporaries in this highly competitive aviation market and Royal Jordanian will be able to reap these benefits immediately as they come on board with NAS.” concluded Al-Ajmi