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Qatar Executive qualifies to fly into specially designated airports

Posted 14 March 2019 · Add Comment

Qatar Executive (QE), the private jet charter division of Qatar Airways Group, can now fly to Samedan, Switzerland; Chambery, France; and Innsbruck, Austria.

 

These destinations have a special designation as they require additional certification, including full flight simulator training, to prepare the flight crew because of the mountainous environment of these destinations.

Executive vice president of Qatar Executive, Ettore Rodaro, said: “We are very pleased to announce that Qatar Executive has enhanced its investment in additional crew training for our modern state-of-the-art fleet to serve these unique destinations, offering our highly esteemed VVIP clientele to fly directly into these ‘Top of the World’ destinations. Our clients deserve the best service, and along with our strong commitment to safety and quality service Qatar Executive is committed to constantly improving its product offering.”

 

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