The NetJets Middle East Programme, provided by National Air Services (NAS), received a new Falcon 2000LX - the first Falcon 2000LX aircraft to be commercially operated in the Middle East.
The company is celebrating its 10th anniversary as the region's leading provider of Executive Jet Ownership Programmes.
The NetJets Middle East Programme, a favourite of some of the region's most successful individuals, private companies and multinationals, already has a fleet comprising the Gulfstream 450 and Hawker 750 but sees the arrival of the new long-range Falcon 2000LX as a major step forward.
"With its range of up to 4,000 nautical miles, the Falcon 2000LX can fly non-stop from Dubai to Paris and London. The Falcon 2000LX is the optimum aircraft to fly this route with a spacious cabin and good performance enabling it to get into some of the smaller airports in Europe. This, coupled with its large baggage compartment, allows our guests to travel with all their home comforts", stated Graeme Deary, Executive Director - Business Development.
The aircraft has been chosen for the fleet not just for its ideal range, but also because of its reliability.
"With the new aircraft, we have the additional assurance of knowing that it is designed as much for high cycle use as high performance, precisely the kind of performance and reliability that premium operators such as The NetJets Middle East Programme demands", he added.