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Al Jaber Orders 12 Aircraft


Al Jaber Aviation (AJA), the aviation arm of the Al Jaber Group, on November 16 placed an order for 12 private jet aircraft in a deal worth about $450 million (Dh1.65 billion).
The company plans to launch operations in February 2009 with one Embraer Legacy 600. According to the company COO, Dr Mark J Pierotti the company expects to receive one aircraft every three months over a five year period. Pierotti also added that AJA will launch its operations from Abu Dhabi in February which will be followed by Dubai in mid-2009.

Source: Emirates Business 24/7  

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