Qatar Airways announces significant $1 billion order for 18 Gulfstream aircraft

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Qatar Airways reported a huge request for 18 Gulfstream flying machine during a function at the White House on 9 July 2019 that was seen by His Highness Sheik Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, Amir of the State of Qatar and U.S. President Donald Trump. 

The request worth over $1 billion is for 14 Gulfstream G650ER and four Gulfstream G500 and will add to Qatar Executive's developing armada that at present incorporates six G650ER and four G500 air ship. 

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker stated: "Qatar Airways is satisfied to affirm this milestone manage Gulfstream. Our corporate fly division, Qatar Executive, goes from solidarity to quality and this promise to new requests will enable us to offer our bespoke extravagance administration to significantly more travelers." 

Qatar Executive has been a Gulfstream client since October 2014, when the sanction administration was declared as the universal dispatch client for the all-new G500 as a major aspect of a huge armada understanding that incorporated the G650ER. Since that time, Qatar Executive has dynamically expanded their Gulfstream orders. This most recent one, for a blended armada of enormous lodge flying machine esteemed at over $1 billion, further expands on the carrier's endeavors to extend the Gulfstream lodge understanding far and wide. 

Until this point in time, Gulfstream has conveyed six G650ER and four G500 air ship to Qatar Executive, including the initial two global conveyances of the G500 in December 2018. 

As the world's biggest proprietor administrator of the G650ER, Qatar Executive offers travelers a sumptuous fitted bed for those wishing to rest serenely while going on board the air ship, with Bluetooth earphones and a private screen, notwithstanding a lodge divider that can be shut offering travelers extreme protection. 

Qatar Executive at present works an armada of 18 cutting edge personal jets, including six Gulfstream G650ERs, four Gulfstream G500s, three Bombardier Challenger 605s, four Global 5000s and one Global XRS.

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