NAS to offer service in Mozambique

Written by: Alwyn Brice |
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National Aviation Services (NAS) is to offer comprehensive ground handling and cargo services in Mozambique, beginning in July 2019.

This contract will cover ramp, passenger and engineering services and include check-in, boarding, ramp handling, maintenance and cleaning, as well as import and export cargo handling and storage, both for scheduled as well as ad hoc airlines at all airports in Mozambique.

Hassan El Houry, NAS' Group CEO, said: “Airline traffic is growing steadily in Mozambique. Coupled with the developing oil and gas, and mining sectors, there is a huge demand for air transport related goods and services for both cargo and passenger operations. This requires heavy investment in the latest equipment, technologies and processes at the different airports in Mozambique, all of which NAS can provide easily. We look forward to utilising our global experience and expertise to modernise operations and drive efficiency, using the latest technologies and operational practices.”

NAS is committed to investing US$50m in Africa over the next three years, with Mozambique becoming the first African country to benefit from this investment. With new infrastructure and fresh resources, equipment, technology and training, NAS will look to ensure the highest levels of quality and security for international airlines operating at the various airports in the country.

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