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MEBA 2012: New service launch by Rizon Jet

Posted 13 December 2012 · Add Comment

Qatar-based Rizon Jet is to launch a new VIP flight support services operation based in Sharjah in the UAE.

The new service specialises in supporting flight operators that fly into the Middle East, Europe, CIS, Africa, Asia and Pacific regions.

The team assists aircraft operators in obtaining relevant overflying and landing clearances, provides regional flight planning advice and makes the necessary arrangements for aircraft handling services, hotel reservations and ground transportation.

Rizon Jet’s CEO, Captain Hassan Al-Mousawi, said: “The increase of flight planning enquiries we get only shows the need for this additional service offering and we are now proud to be able to offer an excellent one-stop service with international standards for corporate and charter flight operation.”

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