Launch of NAS Air Office at the University

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King KHalid University, Media Center

King Khalid University, represented by the General Administration of Investment, and in cooperation with Nas Holding Company, inaugurated the first headquarters of Nas Air at the University. This comes as a first step in activating the cooperation agreement between the University and NAS Company. The inauguration ceremony was attended by representatives from some sectors and deanships, which have a role in enabling this agreement inside the University.

The General Supervisor of the General Administration of Investment, Dr. Ibrahim Al-Asmari, said that there are future training possibilities in the fields of administration, finance, and marketing. He further related that a special discount for the employees of the university and students at 10% of the value of the ticket will be offered throughout the year.

Dr. Al-Asmari added that there will be student representatives for the company in the boys and girls colleges next academic year. At that time, some students can be trained as part of the company's marketing campaign at the college premises. The launch ceremony will coincide with a special discount for the university's employees and students at a rate of 25% of the value of the ticket if booked between 21-5-2017 until 27/5-2017 for travel from 29-5-2017 until 20-6-2017. The reservation must be made through the company's branch in the Academic Complex in Al-Quraqir, Building A, Entrance 9 in front of the Central Library. From the next academic year, electronic processes will be implemented to facilitate remote booking once the procedures have been completed.

The General Manager of Marketing in Flynas, Mr. Nassar Bandar Al Hassan, said that the opening of the first branch of Nas Air at the University will launch the beginning of the first offer for students at a discounted rate of 25%. He further related that this would be the beginning of other offers for university staff. There will be training for some students nominated by the university in the both the boys and girls colleges.