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Royal Jet exceeds its 2012 forecast
Royal Jet exceeded its 2012 forecast by increasing its sales figures for Boeing Business Jets and Gulfstream models in terms of aircraft usage and block hours.
The Abu-Dhabi-based private jet company reached multiple milestones behind another profitable year. The company’s 2012 portfolio marked its seventh year of profitability.
“From both an operational and financial standpoint, 2012 proved to be a year of stability and persistent growth,” said Shane O’Hare, Royal Jet’s president. “Moving forward into 2013 and considering the positive economic outlook for the UAE, Royal Jet will continue to set benchmarks in the private jet industry.”
In 2012, Royal Jet operated over 3,000 flights to 370 cities and 136 countries.
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