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KlasJet plans to operate a 68-seat Boeing from Dubai
The Middle East is one of the fastest-growing business aviation markets in the world, and KlasJet has identified a potential niche in the region for larger group travel that it aims to satisfy with its 737.
KlasJet sees a market for extended families, sports teams, business travellers and political delegations for its luxury Boeing 737.
Read this story in our May 2023 printed issue.

KlasJet, a Lithuania-based charter and ACMI leasing service provider, recently introduced the Boeing BBJ2 to the Middle East market and is continuing its expansion in the region. The company is to operate a luxurious Boeing 737 from a base in Dubai. With the Middle East being one of the fastest-growing business aviation markets in the world, KlasJet has identified a potential niche in the region.

“The Middle East market was dominated by smaller business jets and two-class configuration aircraft,” says CCO Lukas Petrauskas. “However, there was a lack of options for larger groups or delegations. Therefore, we are confident that our luxury Boeing 737 will be an ideal choice for extended families, sports teams, business travellers and political delegations who require a comfortable and convenient mode of travel for their group.”

Exclusively designed by KlasJet, the Boeing 737 features 68 spacious and comfortable business class seats.

Aside from a unique aircraft interior layout, KlasJet says it also offers exceptional passenger care. Petrauskas continues: “We believe in delivering an all-encompassing experience that surpasses our clients’ expectations. We pay attention to even the smallest details, both inside and outside the private jet. Our crew members are well trained in fields such as human psychology, fine dining, sommelier courses, protocol-related behaviour, professional presentation and culture-specific nuances, and we have tailored cabin crew uniforms that adhere to specific cultural norms.”

In addition to catering to larger groups with the Boeing 737, KlasJet will offer a luxurious option for smaller groups and high ranking individuals with the Boeing BBJ2, which is currently being prepared for operation from Dubai. This thoughtfully designed 23-seat aircraft will feature all necessary amenities on board, including a spacious lounge area, a bedroom and a shower.

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