Petroleum Air Services (PAS)
Sunday, 13th October 2019
An official source in Egypt’s Ministry of Civil Aviation declared on Saturday, October 12, 2019 that an aircraft owned by the Petroleum Air Service company (PAS) had to make a forced landing at sea, 65 miles from the north of Port Said, on its return from one of the oil rigs toward Port Said city, according to a statement published by the Egyptian Cabinet.
Monday, 26th March 2018
Petroleum Air Services is expected to increase its business volume by 10-15% in 2018 as a result of the expansion of exploration and production activities in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Wednesday, 15th March 2017Petroleum Air Services (PAS) plans to modernize its planes within 2017 for $80m.