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Jet Aviation adds six business jets to its Middle East fleet

Posted 16 November 2017 · Add Comment

Jet Aviation has reported growth in the Middle East as it celebrated its 50th anniversary at the Dubai Airshow this week.

The Swiss-based General Dynamics subsidiary continues to grow its global fleet, adding six new aircraft for management in the Middle East this past year. The company currently manages 22 aircraft in the region. 
Jet Aviation said it continues to see steady demand for its aircraft management and charter services in the Middle East. The new additions to the fleet, include a Bombardier Global, two Falcon aircraft, two Gulfstream G650s and a Learjet. These aircraft are based in North Africa, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. 
“We are pleased to see that aircraft owners and operators in the region value our 24x7 global reach, our cost-efficient solutions and our experience,” says Jürg Reuthinger, senior vice president and general manager of Jet Aviation’s aircraft management and charter operations in EMEA and Asia.
“In all aspects of our operations and across the full spectrum of our capabilities, Jet Aviation focuses on safety and premium service to ensure we remain our customers’ partner of choice.” 
 

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