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Jetex: Beating travel blues at Muscat, Salalah airports

Jetex: Beating travel blues at Muscat, Salalah airports

The business guarantees that you do not have to wait in queues, you steer clear of the airport crowd and are driven to the aircraft in a luxury vehicle whilst taking only minutes prior to boarding.
This VIP remedy at Muscat and Salalah airports implies you do not have to be concerned about the specifics whilst you concentrate on what matters to you – travelling.


Speaking to Muscat Daily
, Salim al Hajri, operations manager, Jetex Oman, mentioned, “We offer bespoke concierge solutions as effectively as ground handling, fuelling and flight catering for these travelling on private jets and chartered flights. Our CIP service (Commercially Important Passengers) gives seamless luxury encounter for travellers searching for privacy and wanting to save time.
“We cater to an elite clientele such as owners and operators of company jets for corporate, industrial and private air travel. We are seeing an improve in demand for all our solutions. We are the very first and sole facilitators of such exclusive solutions.”


For person passengers, Hajri mentioned, “All travellers, irrespective of the class travelling in, are welcome to avail our services and enjoy our private lounges, Liwan Lounge in Muscat and Al Luban Lounge in Salalah. The prices start from RO95 for one way and RO170 for a round trip. We also cater to non-scheduled flights as well as private planes. This is in addition to many other services like catering arrangements, airport parking facilities, fuel arrangements and entry and landing permits.”


Since its inception, Jetex has witnessed a qualitative leap in the level of service. It is deemed the very first private aviation assistance business operating out of Oman.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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