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Qatar Executive expands its fleet with two Gulfstream Jets

Posted 21 June 2019 · Add Comment

Qatar Executive has delivered two new state-of-the-art Gulfstream jets.

 

The private jet charter division of Qatar Airways Group added one G650ER and one G500 aircraft to its fleet earlier this month, bringing the total number of Qatar Executive aircraft up to 18.

Executive vice president of Qatar Executive, Ettore Rodaro, said: “These truly advanced jets enable us to offer an unparalleled flying experience to our global clientele, who I am sure will be thrilled when flying on board these aircrafts.

“We are proud of the strong relationship we have with the Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation and we look forward to receiving further jets from them in the future.”

 

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