Gulf Jet Reveals a Fresh Brand Identity

DUBAI — Gulf Jet, a leading private airline in the region, has launched its new brand identity on the sidelines of its participation in the 11th Dubai Airshow.



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Published: Sun 15 Nov 2009, 11:02 PM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 8:24 AM

Commenting on the company’s new brand identity, Mohammed Hussein Al Meeza, Managing Director of Gulf Jet, said: “Gulf Jet will continue to provide distinctive and innovative services to leading businessmen from around the globe. With a dedicated team of pilots, distinguished cabin crew, a fleet of wholly-owned private jets, and a new management represented by Chief Executive Officer Ian Stewart McEwan, the company is assertively coming back to the market.”

Gulf Jet aims to provide innovative services for a distinguished clientele who require air travel tailored to their unique status and requirements. This includes government officials, businessmen, and medical patients who are in dire need of air transportation that can meet their needs. In addition to the variety of aircraft, private aviation is the only travel alternative that can reduce the loss of time in transition by as much as 80, the company said in a statement.

“Gulf Jet will provide punctual and excellent services for all,” Al Meeza said. “From Dubai International Airport, we can fly to various destinations in the region and the world, facilitating the high demand for private air travel.”

According to Gulf Jet, there are a number of factors in the marketplace that are increasing the demand for private aviation in the Middle East. In light of the extensive economic investments being developed in the region, especially foreign direct investment, there has been a sharp increase in the number of travellers between the Middle East and the rest of the world. By partnering with manufacturers and airports throughout the region, Gulf Jet is confident that their newly rebranded services will be able to offer clientele a unique option for flexible air travel. —


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