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Royal Jet To Take Part In Arabian Travel Market 2009

The UAE based luxury airline for executives, Royal Jet, will participate in the 2009 Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in Dubai this week. They will be the only private aviation company at the exhibition.  The airline is a long standing supporter of ATM and has participated every year since its inception six years ago. Royal Jet is supporting Abu Dhabi as a world class tourism destination at its corporate corner within the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority Stand. 

Royal Jets has gained momentum over their six years of operations and has maintained profits, primarily because its business offering is diverse and, Abu Dhabi has become a luxury destination and important hub for private aviation.
 

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