NAS The Company
Maintenance and Training
World-renowned, Registered Maintenance
NAS uses, ExecuJet who maintains thousands of business jets worldwide under the most stringent safety standards. Its maintenance fleet is operated under the regulatory umbrella of fourteen regional civil aviation issued air operating certificates (AOCs).
Headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, ExecuJet has operations in six region: Africa; Asia; Australia; Europe; Latin America and the Middle East, embracing a workforce of 950+ experienced staff.
A Strict Training Regimen
A key determinant of NAS sterling safety record is our emphasis on continual training. NAS mandates ground school training both in the class room and online. All flight personnel are biannually in addition, all pilots undergo dangerous goods training, crew resource management, standard emergency procedures training, reduced vertical separation minima training.
Making the world a better place
At NAS, we operate under the most stringent safety standards, far exceeding industry requirements. Not only does NAS meet the Namibian Civil Aviation standard but we also operates in accordance with the international standards set by BARS (Basic Aviation Risk Standard)
What do these stringent safety standard mean in real terms for our passengers?
When you board a NAS flight, you can be assured that all of the following procedures have been followed:
Our Turbo Jet aircraft are operated in accordance with FAR Part 25 certification standards. (Federal Aviation Regulation 25). FAR 25 standards means that in the event of an engine failure the aircraft ca maintain a climb gradient and fly over obstacles thus the aircraft can climb to the safe altitude and continue to its destination or land at an alternative airport where emergency assists is available. No single engine aircraft and very few turbo-pros are certified under FAR par 25.
All of our flight personnel are trained biannually in cabin safety, medical treatment, dangerous goods handling, and security and people skills.
All crew sign non-disclosure agreements and pass background checks.
All NAS captains hold an Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) and are type-rated in their respective aircraft PPL.