Pearl Lounge welcomes Jazeera Airways business class passengers

KUWAIT: National Aviation Services (NAS), the fastest growing aviation services provider in the emerging markets, yesterday launched its new Pearl Lounge at the Jazeera Terminal (T5). The 110 square meter departure lounge currently caters to all business class passengers flying Jazeera Airways. Based on NAS’s award winning lounge concept, the new T5 Pearl Lounge offers departing passengers a relaxed environment to unwind before their flight. The lounge provides hot and cold menu options, a smoking room and hospitality facilities to ensure their ultimate comfort. Free Wi-Fi live streaming TV channels and a selection of reading material ensures a wide array of entertainment options. Business counter facilities also help passengers to catch up on any last-minute work.

KUWAIT: Mansour Al-Kheziem (NAS) and Rohit Ramachandran (Jazeera) open the new Pearl Lounge at T5

Mansour Al-Kheziem, General Manager of NAS Kuwait said “NAS has been working with Jazeera Airways for the last 14 years and we are extremely pleased to offer the airline our best in class lounge services at T5. As a Kuwait based company, it is our top most priority to ensure that we offer world-class facilities and services to the airports in the country. This includes investments in infrastructure, resources and training as well as providing operational expertise, state of the art technology solutions and industry benchmarked services. The new Pearl Lounge is a part of our continued efforts and we would like to thank Jazeera Airways and the Kuwait Directorate General of Civil Aviation for their ongoing support and cooperation.”

The Pearl Lounge in T5 is one of five lounges operated by NAS Kuwait, under the supervision of the Kuwait Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). NAS also offers Pearl Assist, Meet and Assist services (Hala Kuwait) at T5.
The company has a presence in 17 countries across the Middle East, Asia and Africa; operating 40 airport lounges, and providing ground handling services to seven out of the world’s top ten airlines.

NAS is the fastest growing aviation services provider in the emerging markets. Established in 2003, NAS quickly transformed from a Kuwait based ground handling company into an emerging markets leader in the industry. NAS is present in over 30 airports across the Middle East, Africa and Asia, handling seven of the world’s top 10 airlines and managing more than 40 airport lounges.

With an employee base of over 8,000 capable and experienced employees at the core of its worldwide network, NAS is committed to providing aviation services that benchmark to the best in the world.
The NAS portfolio of services includes ramp and passenger services, cargo management, engineering and line maintenance, airport technologies, fixed base operations, terminal management, aviation training, travel solutions, lounge management and meet-and-assist packages.