UAE’s Royal Jet aims to double fleet in 3 years
15 Sep 2011
(MENAFN) Abu Dhabi’s Royal Jet’s Vice-President, Commercial, Fahad Wali, said that in the next 3 years, the international luxury flight services firm would increase its current 11 jets fleet by almost the double in order to meet higher demand for executive jets in the region, reported Emirates 24/7.
Wali added that the carrier aimed to add between 10 and 12 new jets, furthermore, the next year, it might order Boeing executive aircraft.
He also said that Royal Jet, which had plans to open offices in China and Europe, had offices in the UK, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia where its business rose 5 percent last year, the Sultanate of Oman and India.
It is worth noting that Royal Jet’s fleet includes 6 Boeing Business Jets, making the carrier the world’s largest single BBJ operator; 2 mid-range Gulfstream 300s; a long-range Gulfstream IVSP; a Lear Jet 60 and an Embraer Lineage 1000.