Twinjet Aircraft, the UK’s longest established private jet operator, has changed its name to Twinjet Aviation Group to reflect its broadening range of business aviation activities. In addition to aircraft charter, the group is involved in aircraft management and sales. It will also be shortly running the first of an ongoing programme of training courses for executive jet cabin crew. At the same time, the company is expanding its presence in the Middle East. Earlier this year, it opened a new base at Bahrain International Airport from where it operates a Challenger C604 aircraft. It plans to base a second aircraft in the Middle East from later this year, and is intending to open a sales office in a major city in the region in the next six months.
Keith McMann, Chief Executive Officer of Twinjet, says: “The next twelve months stand to be an exciting time for Twinjet, as we grow the scope of our activities and the extent of our operations. We continue to see a growing demand for our services, and plan to introduce further aircraft to our fleet by the end of this year.”
The first of the two-day cabin crew courses commences on 1st July, and provides a range of information and practical knowledge such as cabin protocol, handling VIP clients, and menu planning. Twinjet Aviation plans to offer additional courses later this year including Safety & Emergency Procedures, First Aid and Crew Resource Management.
Twinjet is the UK’s longest established major private jet operator, flying one of the most advanced and luxurious fleets in the market. Operating to destinations worldwide, its fleet includes the largest available executive jet in the UK, the Airbus Corporate Jet (ACJ). It is capable of carrying up to 34 passengers in ultimate luxury.
Established in 1982, it is the private jet operator of choice for Royal families, heads of state, and world-renowned performers from the worlds of sport and entertainment. Twinjet customers value its unrivalled standards of personalised service, safety, security, flexibility, discretion and luxury
It is the only UK private jet operator to hold the Civil Aviation Authority’s Type A licence, meaning it is certified to the same high standards as full service international airlines such as British Airways.
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