Mohamed Al Zeer, president/CEO of National Air Services of Saudi Arabia, says seats on two Airbus A319 shuttle aircraft are virtually sold out, even though initial five-times-weekly service, between Riyadh and Jeddah will not start until mid-June. NAS probably will acquire a third aircraft to meet what Al Zeer sees as large pent-up demand for such services, becoming an ACJ service center along the way. Demand is also being driven by a hybrid plan that allows users of NetJets--a NAS ...

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