AMMAN, JORDAN — Arab Wings recently added a new Learjet 60 to its existing fleet of managed private jets. The addition comes as part of the company’s commitment to refine and redefine upscale private travel for discerning executives and VIPs in the region, according to a report received by Elite Traveler.
“We aim to offer our customers the best service at the best rates in the field of private jet charter and aircraft management, and are delighted today to add this new Learjet 60 to our growing fleet of privately managed planes,” Ahmad Abu Ghazaleh, Executive President of Arab Wings said. “We are particularly proud to be able to offer our customers a wide choice of convenient services to choose from which allows us to cement our role as a major player in the private aviation sector.”
The Bombardier Learjet 60 is the first in a new line of midsize business jets developed by Learjet of Wichita, Kansas. An extension of the Learjet 45 and 55 it offers on time performance and a new redesigned cabin for comfort and control. With an extended range of 2,510 nautical miles, Lear Jet 60 is also one of the quietest midsize aircraft, offering unrestricted access in noise sensitive airports with the strongest climb gradient in its class, from sea level to 41,000 feet in nineteen minutes with maximum takeoff weight.
Founded in 1975 in Jordan, Arab Wings stands as the first Arab based global icon in private jet charter and aircraft management, transforming the offering and experience of private jet flying to meet the needs of today’s discerning VIPs. Arab Wings’ private air transportation solutions include air charter services, aircraft management, and turnkey aircraft management. The company can also tailor a custom solution to meet your unique private jet travel requirements.