Royal Jet and DNATA sign MoU
Chairman of DNATA Group Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al-Maktoum and Chairman of Royal Jet, Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mubarak Al-Nahyan have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the Dubai Airshow 2003. The MoU appoints Dnata as Royal Jet's General Sales Agent in Dubai and the Northern Emirates.
With this MoU Dnata will offer luxury charter flight services to all its corporate clients across all their brands such as Business Travel International, Government Travel Services, and key corporate, government and multinational organizations, in addition to meeting the demand for retail leisure travel charters.
Royal Jet started operations in May with a 42-seat Boeing Business Jet, the modern, ultra-luxurious version of the Boeing 737-700, and is the launch customer of the new Gulfstream G300 aircraft, the latest version of the popular GIV. Two G300 are flying in Royal Jet colors since September. Each of the G300's seat 14 passengers in executive luxury. Both are powered by Rolls Royce engines and have a range of 6,000 kilometers.
Dnata is a supplier of air travel services in the Middle East. Dnata Agencies source, supply, distribute, promote and support travel products from around the world, making them easily accessible to the travel trade in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and through selected travel agency partners. — (menareport.com)
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