Sky Prime launches new services during participation in Middle East Aviation MEBA 2016
- The Saudi Operator displayed at the exhibition an outstanding luxury inside the A340-200
- First Private jet operator to use high connectivity solutions from Honeywell and Amac Aerospace.
- In the presence of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, and with the participation of Sky Prime Aviation Services as one of the major sponsors closes another successful edition of the Middle East Aviation MEBAA.
Sky Primes Aviation Services signed an agreement with both Honeywell and Amac Aerospace to modernize its fleet with high connectivity solutions. The VIP and business travelers will enjoy the latest additions to Sky Prime’s fleet, which will have access to Inmarsat’s Jet ConneX high-speed in-flight connectivity service enabling jet passengers to stay connected at 40,000 feet with an ‘office in the sky’ experience. The passengers can easily conduct videoconferences, transfer large files, surf the net and use popular services such as Netflix, FaceTime and Skype and watch live TV while traveling anywhere in the world.
At the exhibition Mr. Salim bin Obaid al-Muzaini, CEO of Sky Prime Aviation Services, received His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Airports - Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Group, in addition to many Saudi Royalties, VIPs, and high level journalists and social media influencers, who were very impressed by Sky Prime participation and the two aircrafts displayed: The A340-200 and Legacy. The Airbus 340 is a new addition to the operator’s fleet and considered one of the most luxurious in the region. Royalties and VIP visitors expressed great admiration of the opulence of the interior designs, the advanced technology, and the skillful team.
"This participation is one of many around the world; we always prove that we lead the market of integrated air services with what we offer. We keep on acquiring the latest technologies, developing our services, and modernizing our fleet by purchasing new aircrafts. Our broad participate in MEBAA 2016 came to give everyone in the industry a closer insights about the services we offer and to give visitors of the exhibitions the chance to see two of our aircrafts”. Mr. Salim bin Obaid al-Muzaini, CEO of Sky Prime Aviation Services, commented on the operator’s participation in MEBAA 2016.
*Source: Sky Prime Aviation Services