In line with Qatar Executive’s continued focus on the international market, Qatar Airways’ private jet division has launched its corporate website in Arabic and Russian languages.
The new local language websites will help better communicate Qatar Executive’s business offering in its home market the Middle East and growth markets such as Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, where luxury travel is on the rise.
Available at qatarexec.com.qa/ar and qatarexec.com.ru from the home page of the corporate website, the new sites mirror Qatar Executive’s English language internet presence.
With this new added value offering, extensive information on the fleet and aircraft specifications are now accessible for the Arab and Russian communities in their native language.
The pro-active step towards its growing international audience demonstrates Qatar Executive’s commitment to the Middle East and up-and-coming growth regions, where the private jet company has developed a loyal and continuously growing customer base over the years.
Qatar Executive currently operates an all-Bombardier fleet of six corporate jets.
Commenting on the new developments, Qatar Airways chief executive Akbar Al Baker said: “The launch of our Arabic and Russian websites improves Qatar Executive’s ability to serve existing customers in the region and attract new clients in new booming markets.
“The Middle East and Russia are key markets due to the continuing booming economy in these regions.
“We are proud to be able to facilitate business for high-powered entrepreneurs in this part of the world, through providing the fastest and most convenient means of travel for their global businesses.”
Qatar Executive offers unparalleled service and an ultra-modern corporate jet fleet, ensuring that its most discerning customers fly onboard the youngest aircraft of its kind in the Middle East.
Since its inception in 2009, Qatar Executive has grown from strength to strength with a fleet that is set to expand to meet growing demand for premium private jet services across the Middle East and around the world.