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Jetex named world's leading FBO brand at World Travel Awards

Posted 3 December 2019 · Add Comment

Jetex has won three awards at the World Travel Awards 2019: World’s Leading FBO Brand 2019, World’s Leading FBO Terminal 2019 for its VIP Terminal in Oman and World’s Leading FBO Brand Website 2019.

 

Internationally regarded as the gold standard for travel, hospitality and aviation, the WTA accolades are a noteworthy addition to Jetex’s increasing portfolio of industry awards for market leadership and excellence.

“We are honoured and thrilled to be recognized by one of the highest award programs in the industry for our efforts to consistently elevate the travel experience of our customers and set the bar high in all aspects of our world-class aviation solutions. These awards echo our single-minded commitment to be a beacon of excellence in our industry,” said Jetex CEO and Founder Adel Mardini.

Aside from its recently awarded VIP Terminal in Oman, Jetex’s Dubai and Paris FBOs were also granted individual five-star ratings by the esteemed Global Star Rating System for Services, making Jetex the first FBO brand to receive different awards for multiple FBO locations.

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