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Middle Eastern economic growth continues to spur region’s private jet sector
In Dubai, solid economic growth is fuelling the private jet sector.
According to Empire Aviation Group, business jet bookings have increased by 12-percent compared to last year. Experts say that charter jet rates are comparable to commercial flights—making private jets a feasible option for most travelers in the region.
In the Middle East, company business charters are very common. Top destinations include London, Paris, Hong Kong, and Mumbai. Seats are available for individuals and group packages. And their prices are comparable to first-class commercial flights.
The Empire Aviation Group says that charters are booked for a wide variety of reasons. Each flight is designed according to specific needs of its passengers.
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