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Royal Jet appoints new CEO

Posted 6 October 2016 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi's luxury executive jet provider Royal Jet has a new President and CEO. Canadian, Rob DiCastri brings to the company more than 25 years of international aviation and hospitality leadership, including over 10 years in the Middle East, where he played a key role in establishing National Air Services (flynas) / Net Jets Middle East (now NasJet) in Saudi Arabia as CFO and Head of Strategy.

He was appointed chief financial officer of Atlantic Aviation on May 2013 but returned to the Gulf to take up the job with the Abu Dhabi based VIP operator. 

A company statement said Mr DiCastri will “work together with the Executive Management Team to steer Royal Jet through a period of transformation aimed at unlocking the private charter company’s full potential and ensuring its strategic goals are achieved.”

 

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