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Interflight Middle East welcomes Falcon 2000

Posted 21 March 2018 · Add Comment

Interflight has expanded into the Middle East with a Falcon 2000 under sales and marketing agreement. Newly refurbished in 2017, both interior and exterior, the Falcon 2000 will be available from Europe and Middle East.

 

Newly refurbished in 2017, both interior and exterior, the Falcon 2000 will be available from Europe and Middle East.

Khalil Rachidi, Director of Sales at Interflight Middle East said:  “We are delighted to launch the new Falcon 2000, which offers the perfect balance between comfort and efficiency. With a seating configuration of eight passengers in club and a sleeping configuration of two single and one double bed, the Falcon 2000 offers an optimal flight experience for up to eight passengers, plus three crew members.”

Rachidi added “We look forward to welcoming passengers on popular routes from Europe and the Middle East.”

 

 

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