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Royal Jet takes on military role

Posted 15 November 2015 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi-based Royal Jet has signed a contract with the UAE GHQ Armed Forces to provide a wide spectrum of technical and operational training to Air Force staff.


The signing ceremony took place on the last day of the Dubai Airshow 2015, by General Ibrahim Al Alawi (Commander HQ UAE Air Force & Air Defense) and Captain Patrick Gordon (Interim President/CEO) of Royal Jet in the presence of delegation of the military and Royal Jet directors.
Gordon said “This is an honour to Royal Jet, to be able to provide this specialised training to the next generation of personnel of the Air Force. It reflects the trust in Royal Jet’s capabilities and the spirit of cooperation between business and the military."

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