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Rotana Jet sponsors Abu Dhabi Air Expo

To showcase latest A319 Aircraft

  • WAM
  • Published: 19:02 February 24, 2013
  • Gulf News

Abu Dhabi: Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) and Rotana Jet announced yesterday the participation of Rotana Jet in Abu Dhabi Air Expo, as a major sponsor for the second year running.

The participation of Rotana Jet in the region’s only general aviation exhibition this year will witness the showcase of Rotana Jet’s new A319 aircraft at Al Bateen Executive airport during the Expo running from March 5-7, 2013.

Rotana Jet, established in 2011, provides a full range of aviation services, including: scheduled flights, private charters, leasing and aircraft engineering. Rotana Jet became the first airline in the UAE to provide domestic scheduled air services.

Rajendran Vellapalath, Commercial and Planning Director, Rotana Jet, said: “Rotana Jet is committed to supporting Abu Dhabi Air Expo, the only general aviation Exhibition in the Middle East. We are proud to showcase our various aircraft, including the Airbus A319ER, at the Expo, giving prospective customers a glimpse of the type of aircraft we have and what to expect when they fly onboard a Rotana Jet flight.”

“Our participation at the Air Show demonstrates Rotana Jet’s commitment and support towards the continued and sustainable growth of the aviation industry in UAE, which is continuously leading the way in the global aviation industry” he added.

Yousif Hassan Al Hammadi, Chairman of the Organising Committee for Abu Dhabi Air Expo, General Manager of Al Bateen Executive Airport, said: “Abu Dhabi Air Expo is continuously registering success in not only attracting new participants, but also welcoming last year’s exhibitors to the 2013 show. ADAC is proud to have Rotana Jet as a sponsor and exhibitor at this unique exhibition as their commitment demonstrates the Company’s leadership in the business aviation market, as well as the level of credibility the Air Expo has reached in two short years.”

Rotana Jet has always set benchmarks in the fields of quality and excellence in the aviation industry and has exceeded them time and time again.

With its focus on developments and innovation related to non-commercial aircraft, jets, helicopters, pilot training schools, avionics, insurance and financing, and other aspects of the general aviation industry, the three day event is expected to draw over 10,000 visitors, plus major aviation players from across the GCC, Levant, North Africa, and as far afield as Asia and South Africa.

Abu Dhabi Air Expo, which will include nearly 80,000 sq. metres of exhibition space, will showcase over 90 aircraft and bring together over 160 companies, including Gulfstream, offering their products and services.

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