Al Jaber unveils agressive expansion plans
Dubai, November 15, 2009
Al Jaber Aviation, a key player in the VIP aviation services sector in Abu Dhabi, said the company will start aggressive expansion of its commercial operations next year with the acquisition of the most modern and efficient large cabin VIP aircraft.
Al Jaber Aviation is part of the Al Jaber Group, the nation’s largest employer (with a workforce of 50,000) and owner of the country’s largest fleet of shipping vessels and machinery.
Announcing the completion of its first quarter of commercial flights, Mohammed Obeid Al Jaber, CEO of Al Jaber Aviation, said the company, which began operations in June this year, is moving rapidly towards new achievements in VIP aircraft services sector.
'It is also working to expand its offerings to provide aviation services for customers including aircraft management, aircraft selection & acceptance & full range of aviation consultancy services both technical & commercial,' Al Jaber pointed out.
The company, he said, will be exhibiting its luxury services and advanced new fleet at the Dubai Air Show as part of its strategy to conquer new markets in the Gulf where its mother company Al Jaber Group has well established deep roots.
'As we have already achieved a record number of flights to key business destinations in Europe, Africa and Asia, we are extending our fleet and will be acquiring the most modern and efficient large cabin VIP aircraft with customised cabins and systems to meet and exceed our customers' needs,' Al Jaber said.
According to him, the company is planning an aggressive expansion of its commercial operations next year. 'AJA`s “Your Private Airspace” will not only be available on the mid size but also the larger size VIP and Executive Jets.'
'The services we provide in the 'AJA style' are designed to appeal to the discerning traveler delivered in a discrete & intuitive manner. All of this is progressing in line with our market philosophy to deliver the most innovative and bespoke private air travel experience you can find today,' he remarked.
Al Jaber also highlighted that AJA’s foundation of exclusivity, sophistication and trust. He outlined the company’s vision of building a reputation for being a specialized charter service provider that 'offers highly customized services to VIP and executive individuals who enjoy and deserve the highest standards of luxury and an unparalleled traveling experience.'
The company is developing a network of premium partners that can add substantial value to the company’s already high standards, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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