By David Black www.thenational.ae
Majestic Wings, a private jet charter services company based in Dubai, has signed an agreement with Dubai World Central (DWC) to establish a fixed-base operators facility within the project’s Aviation District.
The company, which provides VIP air transportation, executive handling, charter and land services for business aircraft, is owned by Sheikh Hamad bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan and Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad Al Nahyan.
It will occupy a 7,360 square metre plot on one of the most premium locations in the district, within walking distance of the newly announced permanent venue of the Dubai Airshow, from next year.
As well as a class “A” hanger, the site will have a dedicated apron measuring 4,738 sq metres in front of the hangar facility, providing space for several aircraft and ensuring easy access for clients. The company hopes to move in within 12 months.
“Majestic Wings’ movement to the facility at DWC is in line with our strategic growth plans to position the company among leading global players in the general aviation industry,” Sheikh Hamad said. “The landside and airside integration is in sync with facilitating our general aviation business.” More info