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AACO 2011: Qatar Executive launches new website

AACO 2011: Qatar Executive launches new website

Qatar Airways’ corporate jet division, Qatar Executive, has re-launched its website with new features offering an enhanced experience to the company’s private jet services.

A new navigation system and homepage layout allows users to quickly locate information with detailed specifications and reviews of Qatar Executive’s wholly-owned fleet of six luxurious Bombardier private jets.

Visitors to the site can enjoy an in-depth view of all three aircraft types currently operating in Qatar Executive colours – Global 5000s, Global Express XRS and Challenger 605s.

Featuring new imagery of aircraft interiors and in-flight video clips, information on flight ranges, maps and cabin amenities, the site fully immerses customers into the world of private aviation and the ultimate Qatar Executive experience.

The brand new web presence also offers a downloadable corporate brochure and comprehensive fact sheets on Qatar Executive’s fleet.

In line with the commitment to build an experience fully tailored to the needs of its most discerning customers, the refined website provides an option to request quotes online, with a guarantee of quick responses from the 24/7 professional sales team.

Visitors interested in aircraft charters to or from virtually anywhere in the world can access extensive information online and discuss requirements with the industry-experienced executive sales team.

Qatar Airways chief executive officer, Akbar Al Baker, said: “With the re-launch of the Qatar Executive website, we are capitalising on the tremendous opportunities that exist for exclusive business jet services in the Middle East and around the world.

“One of our greatest strengths is that we operate the youngest fleet of business aircraft in the Gulf, and this superior positioning is reflected in the new-look Qatar Executive website.”

Qatar Executive

The Doha-based corporate jet business has received an exceptional response in the market since its launch two years ago, evolving into a world-class executive aviation company backed by the global expertise of its award-winning parent Qatar Airways.

Of all the Gulf-based scheduled airlines, Qatar Airways is the only one that operates a dedicated business jet subsidiary.

Being part of a well-established full service global network airline, Qatar Executive leverages on its expertise and experience giving travellers the assurance of the highest standards of service, comfort and reliability provided by highly trained and experienced crew.

The personalised service for passengers includes the convenience of booking an aircraft in as little as four hours before departure, access to premium airport lounges, and check-in 10 minutes prior to take off.

Qatar Airways – recognised as offering the Middle East’s Leading Airline Business Class World Travel Awards now flies to 110 diverse business and leisure destinations across six continents with a modern fleet of 102 passenger and cargo aircraft.

By 2013, Qatar Airways plans to serve more than 120 destinations worldwide with a fleet of over 120 aircraft.

Qatar Airways chief executive officer, Akbar Al Baker, made the announcement at the AACO AGM in Abu Dhabi, where he was a guest of honour alongside World Travel Awards founder Graham Cooke

Arab Air Carriers Organisation

The 44th Annual General Meeting of the Arab Air Carriers Organisation in Abu Dhabi will bring together the chief executives of 25 member airlines - of which Qatar Airways is one - in addition to a large number of aviation stake-holders for the key aviation event in the Middle East.

To see more on the event click here.