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NAYSA (Navegacion y Servicios Aéreos Canarios) was a regional airline based in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain, operating scheduled and charter flights alongside air taxis, cargo flights, crew transfers and air ambulance flights.
The company was established and started operations in May 1969, and started operating flights to and from the Canary Islands in 1973. It is credited as one of the first Commuter Airlines in Europe, and started the first regular services between the Canary Islands and the Spanish Sahara, as well as linking Madrid Barajas wth smaller airports in Spain.
NAYSA served destinations in Spain, Portugal and the Canary Islands, including Madeira Airport, El Hierro Airport, La Gomera Airport, Lanzarote Airport, and Fueteventura Airport.
Binter decided to merge NAYSA into its own operations in spring 2018 - since then, all of the former NAYSA flights are now part of Binter's operations.