Royal Jet revs up for Abu Dhabi F1
Abu Dhabi, October 23, 2013
Royal Jet, the international luxury flight services companys jointly owned by Abu Dhabi Aviation, is all set to roll out the red carpet for the large number of VIPs and celebrities who will be travelling from across the globe to attend the Abu Dhabi F1 Grand Prix next month.
The quick turnaround times at VIP Terminal will be a key factor for jetsetters attending the race, said the Abu Dhabi-based international luxury flight services company which has 10 years of unrivalled experience in hosting Royalty, VIPs and celebrities.
With the eyes of the world’s racing fraternity converging on the Formula 1 race at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi on November 1 to 3 this year, a large number of VIPs, celebrities and car racing enthusiasts from across the globe will travel through Royal Jet’s award-winning FBO at the Abu Dhabi International Airport, said a top official.
“Our expert FBO team has 10 years of experience delivering exceptional service to our guests,” said Shane O’Hare, the president and CEO of the private jet operator.
"Most of our guests choose to use our FBO, demonstrating their acceptance of a world-class facility. The last four years of hosting people flying in for the Abu Dhabi F1 race proves we are able to deliver the quick turnaround times and high levels of customer service that are the trademarks of Royal Jet," he stated.
Royal Jet’s VIP Terminal facility is expected to once again reach record-breaking levels of traffic during November primarily due to the quick turnaround times they offer guests, said Shane O’Hare.
The FBO is close to the iconic Yas Marina Circuit - three minutes by helicopter transfer or 10 minutes by limousine – which is a major advantage for teams and spectators alike.
“This year we continue to offer FBO and VIP Terminal benefits that are both competitive and attractive. With custom-made packages available for our customers, the incentives we offer prove to be alluring, making it the fourth straight year in a row for our valued guests,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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