Royal Jet to highlight advanced private jet
Abu Dhabi, December 1, 2010
Royal Jet, the international luxury flight services company, will showcase its products and services including its luxurious, sophisticated and technologically-advanced private jet at an upcoming aviation show in Dubai.
Organised by F&E Aerospace on behalf of the Middle East Business Aviation Association (MEBAA), Middle East Business Aviation (MEBA) show will run from December 7 to 9 at the Dubai Airport Expo.
MEBA expects to see an overall increase of 40 per cent over the previous show in 2008 in terms of space, exhibitor and visitor numbers, a statement said.
“As a founder member of MEBAA, it is imperative that Royal Jet supports such an event as we share and work towards the same objective of pushing forward the business aviation sector,” said Shane O’Hare, president and CEO, Royal Jet.
“Apart from being the most credible business and networking platform for the industry, MEBA also provides us with the opportunity to highlight and showcase to an increasing number of guests and visitors why Royal Jet continues to be the market-leader and award-winning service provider, not just regionally but internationally.”
“We are happy to be part of this event once again and are encouraged by the growing interest that other businesses and guests have in visiting or taking part in the show. We are looking forward to meeting old friends, making new ones and finding new business opportunities,” O’Hare added.
As well as a luxuriously appointed chalet, Royal Jet’s flagship aircraft, the newly refurbished A6-RJY Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) and a Gulfstream aircraft will be showcased at the static display of the event.
The two aircraft will highlight Royal Jet’s overall fleet expansion programme which has been successfully implemented through significant investments on acquisition, refurbishment and through aircraft management agreements.
Following the delivery of its sixth BBJ (A6-DFR) Royal Jet has reinforced its position as the largest independent operator of such aircraft, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service