Bandar Al-Muhanna

CEO, National Air Services Group (NAS Holding)


Bandar Al-Muhanna was appointed the CEO of NAS Holding in early 2005.

He served as CFO at NAS Holding in 2006, and lead his team to realize the group’s vision and take it into new heights. Al-Mohanna assumed the role of president in 2007, and subsequently to the position of Deputy CEO of the Group. In his previous role as Deputy CEO, Al-Mohanna managed key companies under the NAS Holding Group, including flynas, the Saudi national carrier, and NasJet, the largest and fastest growing private aviation company in the Middle East in addition to flynas Haj and Umrah. He has played a pivotal role in the development and growth of key companies and brands under the NAS Holding umbrella, especially flynas. In addition to that and due to his vast experience, he was able to successfully implement successful growth plans a strategic effectively enabling him to positively contribute to the operational excellence achieved by flynas.

Al-Mohanna has a master’s degree in actuarial and financial math from University of Michigan Ann Arbor and also another master’s degree in business administration from the American University in Washington DC, a bachelor of arts in accounting from King Saud University in Riyadh as well as a certificate of advanced management from Harvard University.