Royal Jet appoints Takhzeen Aerospace


Takhzeen Aerospace appointed as GSA for Royal Jet in Jordan

Royal Jet and Takhzeen Aerospace signingRoyal Jet has announced that it has singed
an agreement with Takhzeen Aerospace in Jordan. Takhzeen
Aerospace will be its General Sales Agent
(GSA) for Jordan.
The agreement was signed at a ceremony at the Four Seasons Hotel in Amman on 20
December 2011 between Fahad Mohammed Wali
Karmostaji, vice president commercial, Royal Jet and Ammar Balkar, managing
partner, Takhzeen Aerospace.

“For Royal Jet, the entry into Jordan is
geographically compelling,” said Shane O’Hare, president and chief executive of
Royal Jet. “It will enable customers in the country to unlock the many benefits
and privileges of private jet travel. We hope to replicate in Jordan, the successes Royal Jet has
had elsewhere in the region and the world, and hope that local businesses can
take advantage of our diverse products and services.”

Fahad Wali added: “I am pleased
that Takhzeen Aerospace is our local
partner. I am confident that this partnership will add substantial value to our
presence in Jordan
and make a strong financial contribution to our business in the coming years.”

The current fleet of Royal Jet consists of
six Boeing Business Jets (BBJ); two mid-range Gulfstream 300s; a long-range
Gulfstream IVSP; a Lineage 1000 and a Learjet 60. Royal Jet plans to expand
their fleet to 20 aircraft by 2015.

“Royal Jet is a perfect fit for Jordan’s
senior business travellers and this opportunity will allow us to expand our
services and become a leader in the fast-growing luxury and leisure travel
industry,” Balkar remarked “At the same time, it will address emergency medical
requirements and provide a wide choice of medical ambulance facilities to the
Jordanian community during medical emergencies.

He continued “We are honoured that under
this arrangement, Royal Jet has entrusted us to offer their world class service
within Jordan.
We are particularly pleased to be creating this long term partnership with
Royal Jet.”