Thu, 28 January 2016

X Jets Calls for Streamlining of Traffic in Upper Airspace

X Jets, a joint venture between Private Jet Charter and Jet Connections, has said that streamlining the traffic in the Middle Easts upper airspace would be a powerful catalyst to the regions aviation sector.

X Jets, which has reported strong response to its aircraft management options, is upbeat on the growth prospects of the regions private jet industry in 2016.

Quoting the findings of a new report commissioned by NATS, the UK based global air traffic management specialists, X Jets says that an estimated US$ 16.3 billion in economic benefits can be achieved in the Middle East over the next ten years by delivering enhancements to air traffic control systems.

Hugh Courtenay, co-founder of the company, said that X Jets got a positive response within weeks of its launch in Dubai, driven by the reputation of both mother founding companies. The company has developed integrated services that cover the full spectrum of aircraft owner requirements, including crew recruitment, trip schedule, maintenance, procurement of fuel, insurance and catering services, among others.

The launch of X Jet was in response to increased demand for high-quality aircraft management services in the region, said Zaher Deir, co-founder, X Jets. Through the global network of Private Jet Charter, and the support of Jet Connections, we have succeeded in creating a significant client base for X Jets in the Middle East in a record time. The company is witnessing phenomenal growth through it is in business just a few months.

X Jets covers all aspects of aircraft management, including maintenance, catering, staffing, clearance at airports as well as purchasing, trading and selling of aircraft. X Jets also helps jet users to enjoy their air taxi experience without the hassles of airport paperwork, and with quick access at gates.

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