Falcon Aviation launches three month charter enticement at Dubai Airshow

Monday 13th November 2017

  • Falcon Aviation
  • Gilfstream G450

Coinciding with the Dubai Airshow this week Falcon Aviation (Booth 1284) is offering a 5% discount on a selection of long haul charter flights if booked for travel from the end of November to the end of February.  The offer covers popular destinations such as Paris, London, Seychelles and Maldives.

The company's 13-seat Embraer Legacy 600 aircraft features three separate cabin zones and an open galley. Its 6,290 km range can easily accommodate flights from Falcon's facility at Al Bateen Executive Airport near Abu Dhabi to locations such as Mauritius, Kuala Lumpur, Geneva, Beijing and London.

Customers needing more space can charter Falcon's VIP 19-seat Embraer Lineage 1000 which offers five partitioned cabin zones for business, a lounge and relaxation area (which can be custom-fitted to be a children's zone), and a secluded rear cabin fully equipped with two sofas that are quickly converted into comfortable bed spaces.

Falcon's 14-seat Gulfstream G450, which flies higher than many other aircraft types in adverse weather conditions, is also included in the offer.

Mrs Ghada Al Shoura, Director of Sales at Falcon Aviation commented:  "We are keen to highlight all our capabilities at Dubai Airshow, and our charter activity, centred out of Abu Dhabi complemented by quick helicopter transfers to our Dubai DWC FBO, is an important facet of the business.  Falcon's charter team will be on the stand to give advice on charter and aircraft management opportunities."

 

Open for use on open an 'as required basis' with just two hours' notice, the heliport can offer quick and convenient helicopter charters between Dubai and Abu Dhabi in just 30 minutes.

About Falcon Aviation

Falcon Aviation, founded in 2006, is a leading business aviation services company, based in Abu Dhabi, UAE.  Since its creation, under the patronage of HH Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Khalifa Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, has built up a sound reputation for high quality and innovative services, serving a loyal customer base.  It has become synonymous with safety, quality and excellent customer service.

Falcon Aviation is based at Al Bateen Executive Airport, the premier VIP airport in the UAE, just 10km from Abu Dhabi.   Falcon Aviation delivers a variety of aviation services from private jet and executive helicopter charter with a diverse fleet of business jets and helicopters; third party aircraft management, MRO, CAMO, commercial aircraft leasing and oil and gas aviation support.

It operates 12 strong fixed wing fleet including one Embraer Legacy 600, one Lineage 1000 and three Gulfstream G450/G550s and six Bombardier Q400 turboprops.  The three Q400s out of six are currently leased to Qazaq Air. Falcon Aviation also operates a variety of helicopters - 10 Bell 412EPs; five Airbus Helicopters EC130B4s; five AW109S/SPs, two AW189s and two AW169s.

 Falcon Aviation is a founding member of the Middle East Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) and an authorised service centre for Embraer Executive Jets and warranty service centre for Gulfstream. The MRO is also providing services for Bombardier, Gulfstream, Leonardo Helicopters and Bell.

www.falconaviation.ae

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