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Klasjet completes over 3500 flights

Posted 27 March 2020 · Add Comment

European business aviation company KlasJet has completed over 3500 flights and flown 45000 passengers safely to more than 80 countries and 200 airports worldwide.

While operating globally, since 2018, KlasJet has been seeing Africa as one of the most emerging markets. Therefore, its aircraft have already visited more than 10 countries and completed over 120 flights in the region.

 

Active operations of KlasJet are also seen in Middle East region with nine countries reached and more than 190 flights completed.

 

The company said: “60 aviation experts working in KlasJet look after each and every client. The multilingual team is highly experienced in arranging every aspect of any flight itinerary for a seamless connection around the world. Available 24/7, our teams make every traveller's comfort and needs their highest priority. All KlasJet aircraft have an aviation engineer aboard providing additional comfort on international journeys while the flight crew of KlasJet adhere the most rigorous safety standards in the world. With KlasJet you can be sure that you are in the safest hands private aviation can offer.”

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