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Prestige Jet On An Expansion Spree

Abu Dhabi based Prestige Jet has invested Dh 25 million in Qatar based private airline Q-Jet, further strengthening its position in the private aviation sector in the Gulf and adjoining regions. As Prestige enters the second year of its operations, it will be opening four companies specializing in renting jets to private firms located not just in the Middle East but also in Europe. The company has also started emergency air ambulance services and recently won a tender to provide air ambulance for the Abu Dhabi Health Authority.

Source: Emirates Business 24/7
 

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