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Royal Jet wins Business Aviation Operator of the Year award

Posted 26 November 2013 · 1 Comment

Royal Jet has won Business Aviation Operator of the Year' award at the 7th Annual Aviation Business Awards.

 Shane O’Hare, president and CEO of Royal Jet was inducted into the Aviation Business Awards Hall of Fame for his astute corporate leadership and pioneering the company into the list of the world’s best private aviation operators. 

 
The awards now add up to 20 in the last seven years for the Abu Dhabi-based international luxury flight services company. 
 
Accepting the award in Dubai O’Hare said: “This recognition would not have been possible without the far-sighted vision of our chairman, the full support of the Board of Directors, the shareholders and the dynamism of our talented team members. 
 
“I thank the Royal Jet staff for professionally delivering a bespoke service excellence daily to our VIP customers in every corner of the world. I dedicate these awards to the entire team at Royal Jet. 
 
“We are committed in delivering the highest standards of quality service to today’s sophisticated business traveller and our plans for the future are all centred around the comfort of our guests.” 
 
O’Hare also explained how fortunate the audience and he were to be working in the UAE’s aviation sector: “We should be thankful to the leadership of the country in providing a visionary framework that enables companies like Royal Jet to profitably grow, innovate, prosper and set new standards.”

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Amsallu

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