Dubai: RoyalJet, an Abu Dhabi-based private aviation firm, signed a deal with Switzerland-based AMAC Aerospace and Slash Design to upgrade two Boeing Business Jets in its fleet.
AMAC will be responsible for upgrading the connectivity in one of the RoyalJet aircraft and for upgrading the connectivity, cabin systems and all cabin furnishings in the other. The cabin
refurbishment is based on a design conceived by Slash.
“We are delighted to have our long term partners AMAC Aerospace and Slash Design on board with us for this project, relentlessly supporting us in all our endeavors throughout our journey. This is yet another testament to our unwavering commitment to deliver excellence across our fleet.” said Rob DiCastri,CEO, RoyalJet.
“The delivery of the newly refurbished BBJ will also provide us with the opportunity to showcase our new brand identity and begin to introduce our new customer experience, designed not only for our existing client base, but also for those in search of one of a kind travel solutions. This aircraft will further enable us to enhance our position as the global reference in premium private aviation via our ability to provide personalised delight to our guests,” he added.
RoyalJet will present the newly refurbished aircraft along with its enhanced travel experience in private viewings for its VVIP customers at its Abu Dhabi Fixed Base Operation (FBO), which has recently also been redesigned and is currently under renovation. RoyalJet’s fleet consists of ten aircraft with a total of eight BBJs, positioning the aviation company as the largest operator of Boeing Business Jets in the world.
“It is with great pleasure that we welcome our esteemed client, Royal Jet, to our facilities for their fleet upgrades. As one of the largest Boeing fleet operators in the world, this allows us the opportunity to revitalize their aircraft, allowing clients to indulge in the premium offerings from Royal Jet,” said Bernd Schramm, Group Chief Operarting Officer, AMAC Aerospace.