ExecuJet Middle East expands fleet with two new aircraft
ExecuJet Middle East, a business aviation services company and part of the global ExecuJet Aviation Group, has expanded of its fleet in the region with the addition of
two Bombardier Global Express and Pilatus PC-12 aircraft.
The aircraft, to be delivered to the aviation services company's headquarters in Dubai International Airport over the next few weeks, provide ExecuJet's diverse customer base with a range of new flight opportunities, and doubles the company's overall charter passenger capacity.
The new airplanes add an extra dimension to the company's robust product offerings within the Middle East, where it already operates a Bombardier Learjet 60 mid-size business jet and a Challenger 604 wide-body business jet. The new Global Express will be the largest business jet that the company manages in the region.
ExecuJet's Swiss-built Pilatus PC-12 integrates a single turboprop engine into an aerodynamically advanced airframe. The plane is ideally suited for 'special mission' aviation offerings, such as medical evacuation and oil spill prevention.
ExecuJet Middle East was established in 1998 and provides a complete set of aviation services associated with the sale, operation, management, charter and support of modern high-technology business jets, serving customers throughout the Middle East, North Africa and Europe.
The company is the official sales and distribution agent for Bombardier's entire range of Learjet business jet aircraft in 10 Middle Eastern countries including Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Yemen. — (menareport.com)
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