KlasJet expanding in the Middle East with Boeing 737


Continuing its expansion in the Middle East, KlasJet – a private and corporate jet charter company and ACMI leasing service provider – plans to operate a Boeing 737 from a base in Dubai, UAE. The company recently introduced a BBJ2 to the Middle East market.

“The Middle East market was dominated by smaller business jets and two-class configuration aircraft,” said Lukas Petrauskas, CCO at KlasJet. “However, there was a lack of options for larger groups or delegations. Therefore, we are confident that our luxury Boeing 737 will be an ideal choice for extended families, sports teams, business travellers and political delegations who require a comfortable and convenient mode of travel for their group.”

The Boeing 737, exclusively designed by KlasJet, features 68 business-class seats.

“We believe in delivering an all-encompassing experience that surpasses our clients’ expectations,” said Petrauskas. “We pay attention to even the smallest details, both inside and outside the private jet, to create a personalised and exceptional travel experience. Our crew members are well-trained in various fields such as human psychology, fine dining, sommelier courses, protocol-related behaviour, professional presentation and culture-specific nuances, including tailored cabin crew uniforms that adhere to specific cultural norms.”

In addition to catering to larger groups with the Boeing 737, KlasJet will also offer a luxurious option for smaller groups and high-ranking individuals with the BBJ2, which is currently under preparations to be operated from Dubai. This 23-seat aircraft will feature amenities including a spacious lounge area, a bedroom and a shower.

KlasJet is a family member of Avia Solutions Group.

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