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KlasJet introducing new Boeing 737-VIP to the Middle East market

Posted 25 February 2020 · Add Comment

From the end of March this year, KlasJet, a European private and business charter carrier, will be operating a newly refurbished Boeing 737-VIP LY-JMS aircraft from Saudi Arabia.

 

KlasJet operates the largest Boeing 737-VIP fleet in Europe and is one of the most distinctive aviation companies worldwide that offers a one of a kind fleet and high quality service. Each aircraft is different, allowing the customers to choose a jet according to their needs and offer the flexibility of having a flight available whenever the client needs it, wherever.

 

“Simply providing a private aircraft is not enough anymore, we believe that every detail counts. That’s why we like standing out from the crowd with our design and set our standards extremely high when it comes to service. We are very excited to introduce the newly refurbished Boeing 737-VIP LY-JMS aircraft to the Middle East market and we hope that new aircraft will allow us cater to new customers, who will love the unique service we can offer”, Igor Borzov, Vice President of  KlasJet Sales for the Middle East, shares.

 

In addition to unique design and high quality service, the company also has a major focus on comfort. Extra leg space, the best quality seats and a stress-free journey – all makes a big different when it comes to good performance at work. Since most of KlasJet clients are sport teams, diplomatic envoys and corporate travellers, all aircraft have been refurbished recently, to provide the maximum comfort.

 

“When flying for business purposes, extra time to prepare, strategize and do research is significantly important. Thanks to the privacy, comfortable seats, absence of layovers, and avoiding waiting in line altogether, flying a private aircraft not only saves passengers time, but also creates a perfect environment to get work done”, explained Igor Borzov.

KlasJet is an exclusive private and business charter carrier that provides VIP flights and aircraft management solutions worldwide.

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