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‘KlasJet expands operations in the Middle East with new destination’

by Dubaiforum

KlasJet, a charter operator based in Lithuania and a subsidiary of Avia Solutions Group, has recently received approval from the General Authority of Civil Aviation in Saudi Arabia to operate Boeing 737 domestic and international flights. This expansion into the Middle East comes as KlasJet has begun operating a Boeing 737 with 68 business-class seats from a base in Dubai.

The aircraft in Saudi Arabia will be operated by Horizon Aviation on an ACMI basis, further solidifying KlasJet’s presence in the region. CEO of KlasJet, Justinas Bulka, expressed the significance of this milestone for the company, highlighting their goal of providing exceptional services globally.

With a fleet of 14 aircraft, including Classic Boeing 737, BBJ Boeing 737, and Boeing 737-800 NG, KlasJet offers a range of seating capacities to cater to different client needs. As part of the Avia Solutions Group family, KlasJet is able to provide a comprehensive travel experience for its clients, ensuring attention to detail both onboard and off.

In addition to their charter operations, Avia Solutions Group offers various aviation services such as MRO, pilot and crew training, and ground handling. They are known as one of the world’s largest ACMI providers, operating a fleet of 212 aircraft.

This recent approval in Saudi Arabia marks another step towards KlasJet’s goal of expanding their services globally and providing a personalized and exceptional travel experience for their clients. Subscribe to the FINN weekly newsletter for more aviation news and updates.

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