Nas Air Poised To Double Capacity As A320s Replace Embraer Regional Jets

Saudi Arabian low-fare airline Nas Air plans to phase out all Embraer 190s and 195s. “The E-jets are a comfortable aircraft, but with our expansion we need more seats,” Nas Air CEO Francois Bouteiller said at the World Routes conference in Abu Dhabi. Nas Air currently operates a fleet of eight...

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