Nashawn Wade Airlines (NWA) is an airline seen in the 2004 American Comedy film Soul Plane. The plot is following an unfortunate series of events on board a plane from Worldwide Airlines, Nashawn Wade sues the airline for $100,000,000 and spends his compensation forming his own airline N.W.A, which is the first airline to cater largely for African Americans. However, the maiden flight of NWA is beset by woes that Nashawn has to deal with. So NWA caters to mostly African Americans. NWA's main competition is Texas Air.
It seems the aircraft flown by NWA are ridiculously and unrealistically modified Boeing 747SPs. Some modifications include chrome landing gear, ridiculous hydraulics, circle windows, stripper poles, and dance floors.
- The airline's acronym and logo are a pop culture reference to rap group N.W.A.