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NAC to launch of new charter lounge and VIP facility at Lanseria Airport

Posted 5 October 2016 · Add Comment

National Airways Corporation (NAC) has announced its charter facility will be launched at the end of November 2016.

 

This new facility, already under construction, will be located in it head office building on the South side of the runway at Lanseria International Airport. It will house the Fixed Wing Charter team and a state-of the-art arrival and departure lounge. 

Martin Banner, CEO of NAC: “We are very excited to offer our customers a new, world class charter facility that rivals the best in the industry.  From the beautifully appointed lounges and facilities, to our concierge, FBO, hangarage and other offerings, we believe that our customers are going to truly relish the experience. I am particularly pleased with this new addition to our headquarters, as it enables us to house all of our staff in one unified campus at Lanseria International Airport. We feel that the old facility has reached its expiry date and that its location and overall appearance were no longer relevant. The new facility will enhance NAC’s offerings and set a new standard in VIP charter and handling to our discerning clients.”

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