Jetex launches Rolls-Royce Phantom FBO shuttle service


Jetex is upgrading its FBO shuttle vehicles at Dubai World Central (DWC) from Rolls-Royce Ghost to three black Rolls-Royce Phantom cars, making Jetex the first company in the world to exclusively offer the Phantom airport shuttle service.

The Rolls-Royce Phantom fleet will be used to transport VIP passengers between the FBO terminal and their aircraft waiting on the runway.

“An FBO not only requires a luxurious lounge, meeting rooms and reception, but also a way for our VIP clientele to reach their jets quickly, luxuriously and comfortably. And I believe that the Rolls-Royce Phantom is the best contender for all three,” said Jetex CEO and president Adel Mardini.

This fleet is part of Jetex’s updated experience at its Dubai-based FBO, which encompasses a full scale rebuild of the facilities to offer a Royal-Ready experience. The new facilities will be used to serve heads of state and royalty as well as VIP passengers arriving at and departing from Dubai, starting in May 2016.

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