A 595 per cent increase for arrivals and 574 per cent increase for departures at Qatar Executive’s fixed-base operator (FBO) in Doha, Qatar, totalling 15 Gulfstream G650ER, QE becomes the world’s largest owner and single commercial operator of the aircraft type
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said: “Qatar Executive’s operations grew significantly during the World Cup period, demonstrating the division’s robust FBO services, while offering the most advanced flying solutions to valued customers. Qatar Executive’s continuous growth trajectory reflects the trust of our clients and is also a testament to our commitment to innovation and excellence.”
In addition, Qatar Executive added 3 more Gulfstream G650ER, with the aircraft type making up 15 of their 19 strong fleet resulting in a 25 per cent growth. This makes QE the world’s largest owner and single commercial operator of the G650ER. The Gulfstream G650ER features a state-of-the-art BR725 Rolls-Royce engine, is able to fly at record-breaking speed and range with
Outstanding fuel efficiency and capable of operating using 100 per cent sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), promoting sustainable business aviation. Moreover, QE now offers two A319, one if which is set up with a VIP ambulance layout, the other with a VIP passenger layout.
The Qatar Executive FBO service at Doha International Airport is available for private charter arrivals and departures at any time offering the below services:
• Flight handling arrangements
• Passenger handling
• Baggage handling
• Customs and Immigration
• Crew lounge
• Day rooms for transit crew and passengers
• Fuel supply coordination
• Aircraft catering coordination
• ATC and airport slot coordination
• Maintenance and hangar facility
• Complimentary Wi-Fi
• Complimentary refreshments
• Hotel arrangements
• Limousine service arrangements
In December, Qatar Executive received a new Gulfstream G650ER jet, expanding the total to fifteen of the same aircraft model. Additionally, QE currently operates two Bombardier Global 5000s, one Airbus A319ACJ and another Airbus A319 Air Ambulance aircraft, making the current fleet 19 strong.

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