Doha: Qatar Executive, the business jet charter division of Qatar Airways, will take part in Abu Dhabi Air Expo from February 25 to 27 at Al Bateen Executive Airport.
Qatar Executive will be showcasing its Bombardier Global 5000 on the static display, giving visitors the opportunity to see the luxurious interiors of its jet, which features one of the widest and most spacious cabins among super-large business jets available.
“For the Middle East’s travelling elite, who want to travel in the utmost comfort and the shortest amount of time to long-distance destinations, our Global 5000 is the business jet of choice,” said Akbar Al Baker, CEO, Qatar Airways.
“Knowing that the business aviation sector in the Middle East is continuing to show strong demand for private jet travel, the expo is a great opportunity to present Qatar Executive’s top-end service for individual and flexible air travel to our clients in the region,” he said.
With its presence at the event, Qatar Executive strengthens its position as a world-class leader for ad-hoc charters with one of the youngest private jet fleets in the Middle East.
Three months ago Qatar Airways’ corporate jet arm expanded operations by adding a brand-new Bombardier Global 5000 Vision to its fleet.
The aircraft has become popular among high-end business and leisure travellers with its unsurpassed performance, latest entertainment and communications system, including iPods at every seat to control mood lighting, temperature and the exceptional sound system, as well as the fastest airborne Internet.
“We are pleased with the positive response we have received from our customers towards our new Global 5000 Vision and are confident that the expo will boost the demand for our product as well as all the additional business aviation-related services we offer from our Doha base, including maintenance and airline charters,” said Dave Edwards, Executive Vice-President, Qatar Executive. The Peninsula