Royal Jet expands its luxury fleet with new Boeing Business Jet

The aviation industry is currently going through a luxury makeover, with many airlines upgrading and renovating their first-class cabins. But none can claim to offer the luxe experience that Royal Jet (the Abu Dhabi-based international luxury flight services company chaired by His Excellency Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan) offers its flyers. Just recently, Royal Jet has expanded its fleet by adding a sixth Boeing Business Jet (BBJ). The addition is part of Royal Jet’s expansion and upgrade plan and has strengthened Royal Jet’s position as the world’s largest independent operator of such aircraft. According to Royal Jet CEO and President, Shane O’Hare the BBJ is the largest purpose-built VIP aircraft – nearly double the size of even the largest new long-range corporate jets. All of Royal Jets aircraft are configured unique, and the latest BBJ, dubbed the A6-DFR, is no different, offering a luxe experience that will redefine VIP travel.

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Once you step inside, you will be greeted by a majlis (VIP Lounge) area, which leads you through to two stylish lounges, a private office, and a stateroom, as well as two bathrooms complete with showers.
Large enough to accommodate 18 guests, luxury air travel can definitely not get better than this. Add to this the onboard services like the finest cuisines prepared by the private chefs. The new addition has already begun service.
Besides the A6-DFR, Royal Jet’s multi-million dollar refurbished BBJ will return later this month, while an Embraer Lineage 1000 will arrive later in the year.

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