Jet Aviation adds 3 aircraft in the Middle East, increasing aircraft management fleet to 22 in the region
Jet Aviation has recently signed aircraft management and flight support agreements for three new aircraft in the Middle East, bringing the total number of the company’s fleet in the region to 22 aircraft. Jet Aviation is exhibiting at MEBA exhibition, booth #590.
Jet Aviation added a Challenger 300, a Gulfstream G550 and a Global 5000 to its aircraft management fleet in the Middle East. With these additions, the company now operates and supports 22 aircraft under aircraft management and flight support agreements in the region.
“Our expanding fleet in the Middle East reflects our customers’ trust in our flight operations and in the ability and professionalism of our team to uphold the highest service standards and assure a positive customer experience,” says Claudio Peer, vice president of sales for aircraft management and charter services in EMEA & Asia.
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Source : Jet Aviation
Aug 19 - 22, 2013 - Boston, United States