Royal Jet unveils 'Eid family break' offer
Abu Dhabi, September 5, 2010
Royal Jet, the Abu Dhabi-based international luxury flight services company, is offering families a unique opportunity to experience one of its luxurious and newest Boeing Business Jets when flying to popular Eid holiday destinations.
Jointly owned by Abu Dhabi Aviation and the royal flight service Presidential Flight Authority, Royal Jet, is chaired by Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, a minister in the UAE Federal Cabinet.
“The Eid holidays are the time of year when families traditionally travel together,” said John Morgan, Royal Jet vice president for commercial.
“Royal Jet offers unparalleled levels of comfort, security, safety, professionalism and warmth, which when combined with the BBJ’s luxurious and state-of-the-art amenities, surely provides for a unique and memorable holiday,” he stated.
Presenting a uniquely-styled ‘home-away-from-home’ luxury for up to 15 passengers, Royal Jet’s recently introduced BBJ (A6-DFR) has two generously proportioned lounges, a private office and stateroom complete with en-suite bathroom and shower.
"The Eid holidays promotional offer, which covers the period of September 1st to 15th, starts from $75,000 and includes the hire of the entire aircraft for return flights to Beirut or Sharm El Sheikh from the UAE," he added.
Easily re-creating a feel of a small boutique hotel, the A6-DFR offers extreme levels of comfort and a great deal of living space for travel to some of the world’s sought-after getaway destinations including Egypt and Lebanon, Morgan explained.
According to him, Royal Jet is the largest independent operator of such aircraft.
Also suited for Hajj and Umrah traffic, travelling onboard this aircraft, the sixth BBJ in Royal Jet’s fast-growing fleet offers increased security and privacy and is an ideal solution when flying to the Holy sites, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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