nasair stated it expects to break even in 2010 and aims to double the number of passengers to 1.5 million by the end of 2009 (Reuters, 13-Oct-2009). The LCC also stated it expects to take delivery of approximately 30 more aircraft from the end of 2010, which, according to CEO, Walter Prenzier, “will be enough for the next five or six years”. The carrier currently operates a fleet of 12 aircraft, covering a network of 13 domestic and 11 international destinations. The carrier also plans to add service to Khartoum in Dec-2009 and to launch services to India in 2010.
nasair: "We are close to break even and next year we target to break even," Walter Prenzier, CEO. Source: Reuters, 13-Oct-2009.