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Royal Jet changes flight prices

Abu Dhabi-based luxury flight services company, Royal Jet, has launched a new pricing structure for all GCC countries.

Abu Dhabi-based luxury flight services company, Royal Jet, has launched a new pricing structure for all GCC countries.

The changes are in line with the company's strategy to consolidate its position as the Middle East's leading private jet charter company.

John Morgan, Royal Jet's new Vice President Commercial, explained that while previous price calculations were based on where the aircraft originated from, in future they would be priced from where the passengers commenced their flight.

For example, if clients were travelling from Jeddah to Beirut, they would only be charged for that part of the journey, and not for the Abu Dhabi to Jeddah leg.

He added: "We know from customer feedback that many potential travellers in the GCC have heard great things about Royal Jet and are extremely keen to use us. Royal Jet has strong ambitions to grow throughout the region, and we have therefore decided to level the playing field so that people throughout the GCC can take advantage of our leading product at an extremely competitive price."

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