Emirates launches private jet service

Private charter service reaches beyond existing network

Emirates has announced that customers can now book tailor-made experiences on what they airline brands Emirates Executive. Its website shows a video in Arabic and English showcasing the Airbus 319 aircraft.

The Dubai-based airline says it will provide a private charter service to most locations worldwide, beyond the existing Emirates network, with space for up to 19 passengers.

“We have seen an increasing demand in the private travel segment, especially in the Middle East and Europe as well as in markets such as India, Russia and China, and with Emirates Executive and the launch of its website, we are looking to tap into this niche market with the high-quality of service and attention to detail associated with Emirates,” Adnan Kazim, Emirates’ divisional senior vice president for planning, aeropolitical and industry affairs, commented.

TTG Digital

[photo courtesy Emirates]

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