Royal Jet has been named the “World’s Leading Private Jet Charter” by the World Travel Awards for the second year running. The top award was presented to H.E. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Royal Jet’s Chairman, by WTA President and Founder, Graham Cooke (pictured left).
On accepting the award, H.E. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Royal Jet’s Chairman, said: “This award affirms Royal Jet’s stature as a globally recognised brand. Such accolades come as a result of the Royal Jet team’s hard work in providing clients with unrivalled excellence, both in Royal Jet’s distinct service and range of product offerings.”
This award is the third Royal Jet has won in just two years, having also won “Middle East’s Leading Private Jet Charter” and “World’s Leading Private Jet Charter”. It is the ultimate endorsement by the industry that Royal Jet is regarded as the best private jet charter in the world.
(Above: H.E. Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mubarak Al Nayhan, Chairman Royal Jet & Shane O’Hare , President & CEO Royal Jet)
Commenting on the award, Royal Jet’s CEO and President, Shane O’Hare said: “Royal Jet attributes such success to the vision and leadership of our chairman, H.E. Sheikh Hamdan and our esteemed board members. Since the company’s inception, Royal Jet has remained a profitable business and is widely regarded as a growing success; this is reflected both in such awards and year-on-year growth.”
Royal Jet - the Abu Dhabi-headquartered, international luxury executive flight services company - has been active in diversifying their business to encompass a range of offerings, including its world-leading Fixed Base Operations (FBOs), Royal Jet Medical Evacuation Services, Royal Jet Charter Brokerage and aircraft management services.
It is constantly improving its customer experience, and is currently refurbishing its five Boeing Business Jets. Royal Jet has also recently launched a ‘world-first’ by becoming the only private jet charter company to offer its guests a personal chef, providing them with bespoke gourmet dining based on their own individual preferences.