Bombardier delivers Challenger 605 to Kuwait
Bombardier has delivered a Challenger 605 to Ahmed Al Jarallah, based in Kuwait City.
The aircraft will be operated by Gulf Wings.
“We are delighted to welcome Mr Al Jarallah to the Bombardier family and applaud his selection of the Challenger 605 jet,” said Bob Horner, senior vice president, sales, Bombardier Business Aircraft.
“This aircraft is perfectly suited for travel within the Middle East, while providing non-stop access to both Europe and Asia.”
Ahmed Al Jarallah is the editor-in-chief of Al-Seyassah, a Kuwaiti news and entertainment industry company founded in 1965.
“After long consideration, we chose the Challenger 605 jet for its spacious cabin, luxurious interior and its long-range capabilities in linking key cities, such as Kuwait City to Casablanca,” said Al Jarallah.
Bombardier has a regional support office and a parts depot in Dubai, and has two authorised service facilities in the region: ExecuJet Aviation in Dubai and Arab Wings in Jordan.