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Arab Wings Signs JV With Royal Jet

Arab Wings has announced that it has signed an agreement with Abu Dhabi based international executive flight services company Royal Jet to manage jointly, a new Challenger 605.
The agreement was signed during the Middle East Business Aviation show held at the Dubai Airport. Ahmad Abu Ghazaleh, General Manager of Arab Wings and Shane O’Hare, President and CEO of Royal Jets Signed the contract.
The jointly managed aircraft will join Arab Wings fleet in February 2009 boosting the super mid-size element of its fleet. At a cruise speed of Mach 0.80, the Challenger 605 can swiftly link city pairs such as Abu Dhabi to London in under eight hours, Riyadh to Geneva in just over six hours, and Jeddah to Berlin in just under six hours. Its maximum range is 7460 km (4027 nm).

Source: www.zawya.com  

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