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NasJet to receive international trip planning courtesy of Jeppesen
Saudi Arabian operator NasJet has signed a multi-year service contract with Jeppesen international trip planning services, in order to increase flight department operational efficiency.
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Saudi Arabian operator NasJet has signed a multi-year service contract with Jeppesen international trip planning services, in order to increase flight department operational efficiency.

"Being the largest and fastest growing business aviation company in the Middle East, NasJet teaming with Jeppesen's regionally-based experts with access to extensive contact databases and credit payment lines will work to increase our operational efficiency on a worldwide scale," says Saad Al Azwari, ceo of NasJet. "Jeppesen understands the complexities of operating in global airspace and we look forward to continuing our close relationship as it supports our plans to expand our business in the near future."

Jeppesen manages all aspects of planning international flight operations. This includes itinerary and route planning, flight plans, filing, charting, weather and NOTAMS, overflight and landing permits, airfield slots, customs notifications, ground handling, fuel, security, hotel, ground transportation, catering, EU ETS support, international rules and regulation compliance.

NasJet is one of the Middle East's leading private aviation operators and service providers which delivers aircraft sales, management, flight support, fractional, and charter operations. It manages a fleet of 67 fixed wing aircraft and claims to be the largest Gulfstream operator in the region.

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