Jet Aviation adds two managed aircraft to its fleet in the Middle East

December 8, 2014

Jet Aviation has recently added a Gulfstream G450 and a Gulfstream G550 to its managed fleet in the Middle East. The company now operates a total of 24 aircraft in the region.

Demand for aviation services in the Middle East remains strong as Jet Aviation continues to grow its management fleet. The company recently signed two full aircraft management agreements, adding a Gulfstream G450 and a Gulfstream G550 to its managed fleet of 24 aircraft in the Middle East.

“Our goal is to provide a positive customer experience by upholding the highest business aviation standards,” says Claudio Peer, vice president of sales for aircraft management and charter services in EMEA & Asia. “This fleet expansion highlights the value our customers place on our capabilities, professionalism and integrity.”

Jet Aviation now manages more than 250 aircraft from its four strategically located flight operation centers in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Hong Kong; Teterboro, N.J.; and Zurich. The company was recently named winner of the 2014 Baltic Air Charter Association (BACA) Global Excellence Award in recognition of its outstanding performance and service.