Qatar Executive Charter Co Receives G650ER Gulfstream

Qatar Executive Charter Co Receives G650ER Gulfstream. Qatar Executive, the private charter flight division of Qatar Airways, has received its fourth Gulfstream G650ER, becoming the largest owner operator of the ultra-long range jet in the world.

There are two more scheduled examples for delivery to the company based in Doha, one later this year and the other in 2019.

Gulfstream President Mark Burns says that Qatar became the first operator in the Middle East to offer the G650ER for commercial services, delivering its first plane in 2015.

Qatar Executive Charter Co Receives G650ER Gulfstream, pic: Gulfstream G650ER

The company is also the international launch customer of the G500 business jet under development by Gulfstream, which is scheduled to obtain US-type certification in the first quarter of 2018. Qatar placed an order in 2014 for up to 30 G500 and cabin G600 Super big. - your older and older sister is on track to ensure the validation of the US UU At the end of this year.

Qatar Airways Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker says the G650ER fleet will help meet the growing demand from its customers for "more far-reaching private air travel."

Gulfstream's flagship Mach 0.925 is positioned at the top of the traditional commercial aircraft market. With a range of 7,500 nm (13,900 km), the plane can fly nonstop from Doha to Cape Town, transatlantic flights and trans-Pacific flights, says the Qatar executive.

The operator has a total fleet of 12 high-end business jets. This lineup also includes four Bombardier Global 5000, three Challenger 605 and one Global 6000.

There is no official statement of pricing agreement. Furthermore, G650ER will cost you around USD 65 million minimum.