Gulfstream G450 boosts NasJet’s fleet


Published — Saturday 15 December 2012

Last update 16 December 2012 1:51 pm

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NasJet has announced the addition of a Gulfstream G450 Executive Jet to its fleet on management. With 13 years of operational excellence in luxury aviation, NasJet was a natural choice for the G450 owner. The aircraft will now be based in the UAE, where it will be available for both private charters, while also maintained and at the disposal of its owner.
The new addition to the fleet, marks further growth to what is already the largest Gulfstream operation in region. NasJet currently manages the largest fleet of Gulfstream aircraft in the Middle East, maintained and operated at the highest standards of service and safety in the industry.
The amount of aircraft, many of which are directly owned by NasJet, allows NasJet to provide UAE clients with immediate confirmations on availability. Its capacity to fly anywhere in the world, at any time makes it a luxury aviation company of choice for many of the regions VIP clients.
The G450 has a seating capacity of 14 seats, and is one of the most sought after long range luxury jets boasting the ability to fly to anywhere in Europe and most of the destinations in the Far East and Africa.
NasJet-the largest private jet company in the Middle East and one of the top 20 in the world, announces revenues exceeding SR 500 million for 2012. Despite the continued political instability in the region and high oil prices, NasJet has seen revenue improve by 6 percent for 2012 with an expected increase of 20 percent for 2013.
NasJet is the only operator in the Middle East offering a complete range of services including aircraft sales, completions, management, flight support, fractional and charter. The company employs over 300 aviation experts of which 120 include full-time pilots based at the Riyadh headquarters and has office in Dubai, UAE.

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