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NAM Air

NAM Air

NAM Air is an Indonesian airline based in Jakarta that commenced its operation on December 11, 2013. Headquartered in Central Jakarta, the airline acting as feeder of its parent company, Sriwijaya Air, using 11 737-500 Winglets with 8 Executive Class seats and 112 Economy Class seats.

The airline is listed as a Category 1 airline by Indonesia's Civil Aviation Authority, the highest status that can be achieved for operational safety.

Founded in 2013, NAM Air is the first and only airline in Indonesia that allows female flight attendants to wear hijab in all regular flights, followed by its parent company, Sriwijaya Air, in November 2015. This has made them to become a few of those airlines to do so in Southeast Asia alongside Royal Brunei Airlines.

Other airlines in Indonesia only allow their female flight attendants to use hijab when flying Hajj / Umra flights or flights to Middle East especially to Saudi Arabia.

NAM Air is currently banned from operating in European airspace, appearing on a list of carriers that do not meet necessary safety standards to fly to airports in the European Union.
 

  Airline Name NAM Air
 
 
  ICAO NIH
  IATA IN
  Call Sign NAM
  Founded 2013
  Commenced operations 11 December 2013
  Operating bases

Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
Juanda International Airport
Supadio Airport

  Head Office Jakarta, Indonesia
  Website www.flynamair.com
 
   

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