Qatar Airways has appropriate an order for three new G650ER aircraft with US-based plane maker Gulfstream Aeros ce.
Leave of a 30-aircraft sales deal announced last May between the two firms, the newly chaired order is an addition to the three G650ER aircraft already in service and is available for licence with Qatar Executive, the business jet subsidiary of Qatar Airways.
An extended-range side of Gulfstream’s G650 aircraft, the G650ER is a twin-engine business jet airplane and is ca ble of take to ones heel 7,500nm/13,890 km and 6,400nm/11,853 km.
Qatar Airways group chief administrator Akbar Al Baker said: “The demand and desire for private air travel persist ins to grow and our strategy to offer only the newest and best private jets in the clique to our loyal customers is ying dividends.
“We are seeing increasing bookings and a craving for longer range journeys.”
“We are seeing increasing bookings and a desire for longer scale journeys. Now, as the largest dedicated G650 operator in the world, we are able to react to to this need.”
The G650ER aircraft are equipped with a purpose-built business-jet hut, wider seats, more aisle room and other facilities.
With the new needed so that, Qatar Airways is planning to further ex nd its network in new routes, which comprise the world’s longest flight between Doha and Auckland, New Zealand.
Qatar Airways currently has a speedy of 186 aircraft flying to more than150 destinations across six continents.
Spit: Qatar Airways Group and Gulfstream Aeros ce executives. Photo: respect of Qatar Airways.