Qatar Executive, the private jet charter division of Qatar Airways, unveiled a brand new stand at Europe’s leading business aviation show EBACE this week at Palexpo, Geneva.

The division, the largest operator of Gulfstream G650ER aircraft in the world, has witnessed a dramatic surge in growth over the last year as it caters to a growing private, corporate and celebrity client base around the world with its fleet of luxurious business jets, featuring some of the most technologically advanced aircraft in the sky.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker, said they are delighted to once again take part in EBACE.

Over the last year, our private jet charter division, has witnessed significant growth in response to increased demand from clients who demand the very best, supported by the world’s most modern and efficient aircraft, and complemented by luxurious interior fittings and a world-leading service, both on the ground and in the air.’

The private jet division will also promote its growing fleet of G650ER aircraft, the world’s fastest ultra-long range business jet and the most advanced aircraft in its category. Qatar Executive first received the aircraft in 2015 as its Global Launch Customer. Qatar Executive is also set to receive another two G650ER aircraft before the end of 2019, in addition to a further seven G500 jets. This will bring the Qatar Executive Gulfstream fleet to a total of 13 aircrafts, out of a complete fleet of 21 state-of-the art jets.

Qatar Executive will highlight its growing product offering across air charter services as it opens two dedicated offices this year in Shanghai and Moscow. The division will speak of its growing markets around the world – Asia, Russia and Europe – supported by a seamless and passenger focused service, and the reassurance the world over of a dedicated maintenance support unit.

The G650ER and G500 cabins are not only comfortable, but contain the most advanced technology including satellite communications, high-speed internet, the Oryx One entertainment system, wireless local area network and Gulfstream’s Cabin Management System, which allows passengers to use their own personal electronic devices to control audio, video, lighting, temperature, window shades and other cabin functions.

Qatar Executive’s G650ER aircraft, which can travel further and faster than any other jet of its kind, features a two-cabin configuration, which seats up to 13 passengers. Seats convert into fully-flat beds, so that seven guests can easily sleep on board, while the cabin interior features a classic-contemporary style, combining understated luxury and timeless elegance.

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