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Royal Jet to offer luxury private charter service.

MUSCAT: Royal Jet, the Abu Dhabi-based international aviation firm, is extending its luxury private charter service to Oman by appointing Qurum Business Group as the Oman GSA for all their private charter and other services.

"We are looking at high networth individuals, major corporate houses for charter service," said Shane O'Hare, president and chief executive officer of Royal Jet.

"For Royal Jet, entry to Oman is geographically compelling and will enable customers in Oman to unlock the many benefits and privileges of private jet travel," he said, adding, "The agreement is part of our ongoing strategy to expand into other key markets and is entirely consistent with our regional expansion plans after Saudi Arabia, India and Europe."

Qurum Business Group vice chairman and managing director Abdul Aziz al Hosni and Shane O'Hare have signed the agreement. "We are offering a different service," noted O'Hare, after signing the pact.

Royal Jet's core offerings consist of luxury VIP aircraft charter, medical evacuation services, aircraft management, acquisition consultancy and their charter brokerage. "Royal Jet is a perfect fit for Oman's senior business travelers and this opportunity will allow us to become a leader in the fast-growing luxury and leisure travel industry. At the same time, it will address emergency medical requirements and provide a wide choice of medial ambulance facilities to the Omani community during medical emergencies," added Al Hosni.

The Abu Dhabi company was voted as the world's leading private jet charter by the WTA for four consecutive years. The company has also achieved other prestigious accolades, including Business Jet Provider of the Year 2010, which was awarded by the Aviation Business Awards ceremony in Dubai.

Royal Jet, chaired by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mubarak al Nahyan, is a founding member of the Middle East Business Aviation Association (MEBAA).

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Publication:Times of Oman (Muscat, Oman)
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Date:Jan 17, 2011
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