NetJets Middle East upgrades fleet with three new Gulfstream G450
The NetJets Middle East program, the leading provider of fractional aircraft ownership and lease services in the Middle East, increased it fleet of long-haul Gulfstream's with the arrival of two new Gulfstream G450 aircrafts. The program’s third aircraft is expected to join the fleet before year end. The NetJets Middle East program is represented in the region by National Air Services (NAS) in affiliation with NetJets Inc.
The new jets, available for the first time in the Middle East, complements the program’s expansion strategy which NAS adopted this year to meet the increasing demand for private and corporate aviation services in the region.
Reiterating the NetJets commitment to providing customized aviation services to its client base across the region, NAS CEO, Ed Winter said: “The new G450 is a distinctive addition to the NetJets Middle East fleet. We are confident that its advanced features, transcontinental range and large cabin passenger appeal make the new G450s a jet of choice for many of our regional prospects”.
Based on the design of the Gulfstream IV-SP/G400 model, the new and upgraded G450 with its advanced avionics, cockpit display, aircraft systems, entertainment options, 14 passenger cabin and long range flights, makes it a perfect choice for clients with geographically wide-spread trade and investment relations.
NAS’s agreement with Gulfstream Aerospace, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics, signed in 2006, was a prelude to NAS’ decision to conclude a purchase agreement for an additional 20 G450 jets in one of the biggest purchase deals in the history of private aviation sector in the region.
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