Middle East

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Middle East


Charter your private jet and travel to top-of-the-list World locations, hub centres and holiday resorts with great comfort and in record times. For you, we have compiled a list of the most beloved destinations chosen by frequent business aviation travellers. Whether you are organising your next business trip or upcoming holiday, browse our selection below and get inspired.

It is the richest country on Earth. When you travel to Doha, you will be amazed by the unforced fusion of modernity and traditionalism. On the one hand you will find skyrocketing buildings housing the most modern offices, and on the other you will see Burkha-clad women on the streets. This aspect of Doha travel has fascinated many a tourist.

The city of Riyadh is both a modern metropolis and a historical and cultural treasure. Its characteristics are diverse, that range from the shimmering golden sand dunes, to modern shopping malls, distinctive heritage and cultural sites to urban construction panaches. Such diversity makes Riyadh city the core of life and vitality in the Kingdom.

Abu Dhabi is a well-ordered, industrious city with a pretty waterside location. First inhabited by the nomadic Bani Yas tribe in 1760, the settlement remained a small fishing village until oil was discovered. The revenues transformed Abu Dhabi into the modern city of today – a spectacular skyline rising up from the desert, and the fantastic convergence of diverse international cultures.

This is the home of luxurious lifestyle, trendy fashion, and lively nightlife. Dubai is also the business hub of the Middle East. Attracting lots of tourists every year, it has been commanding respect hence global attention due to recent innovative large construction projects and sports events. Glo-Jet and its partners makes a minimum of six flights in a week from various countries globally.

The hub of many great civilizations with a history dating back to the Stone Age, Ankara and its landmarks are still of great importance in the present day. Famous for its great museums, parks, honey, Kalecik Karasi grapes and many other cultural and historical assets Ankara welcomes visitors any time of the year.

It is a lovely city which preserve most of Arabic tradition in its old buildings but also new as it is not possible to build over 8 floors, so no skyscrapers, not western downtown, just genuine Oman architecture. From the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque to the Muttrah souk passing thought the opera and the beautiful Qurum beach, Muscat offers a big variety of style and things to do.