Having your own HondaJet gives you all the benefits of private air travel – from the freedom to fly whenever you decide, to the added assurance of doing so in guaranteed comfort, enhanced safety and complete privacy. With travel regulations constantly changing and concerns over public health and safety, the exclusivity and flexibility that private jet travel offers are more advantageous than ever.

1. Spend more time on what matters to you.

Traveling by a private jet means avoiding queues at commercial airport terminals – from the long lines at the check-in counter, baggage drop-off and collection, to immigration, aircraft boarding and disembarkation.

Skipping these time-consuming processes means you can arrive at the airport 15 minutes prior to departure and breeze through the formalities. Private jet travel works around your own schedule – and you will never happen to miss a flight again.

2. Enjoy safe travel away from the crowd.

With social distancing being the current norm, private jet travel offers ample space to do so. Aboard the aircraft, you enjoy bigger cabin space, ample legroom and share the aircraft with only a few other passengers.

Additionally, private jet passengers enjoy access to dedicated private terminals which turn traveling into a seamless and luxurious experience. Lighter jets like HondaJet Elite make it possible to arrive or depart at smaller airports, which are less busy and crowded.

3. Travel the world in absolute comfort and privacy.

Private jets provide enhanced cabin comfort and privacy which set them apart from premium cabins offered by commercial airlines. HondaJet seats are fully adjustable, covered with high-quality leather and complemented by ergonomic tables for working or dining.

The breakthrough design of HondaJet includes a unique Over-The-Wing Engine Mount (OTWEM) configuration which works with a noise-attenuating engine to significantly reduce noise emissions, enabling a quieter and more relaxing flight.

With the HondaJet Cabin Management System, passengers can create their ideal cabin environment through mobile device-controlled sound, climate and lighting systems.

4. Reach greater distances effortlessly.

HondaJet has achieved exemplary fuel efficiency through a combination of design modifications: lighter composite fuselage, advanced aerodynamics and Natural Laminar Flow (NLF) technology to reduce aerodynamic drag, as well as the pioneering OTWEM set-up.

These adjustments reduce fuel consumption by an average of 8,250 gallons per year and deliver up to 25-30% higher fuel efficiency than any other aircraft in its class.

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Whether you are new to the aviation industry or you are a professional who needs a refresher, we have gathered some aviation-related terms that will help expand your knowledge of the industry. From jargon to acronyms, here are the basic words you can use to build and strengthen your knowledge foundation.

ABACE (The Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition)

Annual air trade show in Asia held in April



ACG (Austro Control Gesellschaft)

The air navigation services provider that manages and controls flight traffic in the Austrian airspace.

AMC (Acceptable Means of Compliance)

Detailed implementation aspects of the more general safety requirements provided by civil aviation laws and regulations.

AOC (Air Operating Certificate)

The approval granted from a National Aviation Authority (such as the Civil Aviation Authority in the United Kingdom) to an aircraft operator to allow it to use aircraft for commercial purposes. This requires the operator to have a system in place to ensure the safety of its employees and the general public. The certificate will list the aircraft types and registrations to be used, for what purpose and in what area-specific airports or geographic region.

AOG (Aircraft on Ground)

Aviation maintenance term indicating situations where aircraft are grounded due to technical failures serious enough to prevent them from flying.

APU (Auxiliary Power Unit)

Device which provides power to start the main engines of an aircraft. APUs are also used to run accessories such as cabin lighting and temperature control before the engines are started.

ATC (Air Traffic Control)

Service provided by ground-based controllers who direct aircraft on the ground and through controlled airspace. The primary purpose of ATC systems is to prevent collisions, organize and the flow of traffic and provide support for pilots.

CAA (Civil Aviation Authority)

The statutory corporation which oversees and regulates all aspects of aviation in the UK. Responsibilities include licensing of flight crew, aircraft engineers and air traffic controllers and regulation of Air Operator Certificate (AOC) Holders.


The transport of goods or passengers between two points in the same country by an aircraft registered in another country. Often used in the context of “cabotage rights”, an operator’s right to operate within the domestic borders of another country.


When an individual rents an entire aircraft as opposed to buying individual seats on a commercial flight. The journey is typically unscheduled.


Relates to any flight where payment is made for the service. For example, if you pay an operator to fly via chartered jet this is classified as commercial; however, if you were to travel in your own aircraft this would be classed as private.


Tasks relating to the operations of flight planning before a journey takes place, as well as monitoring the flight once it is in progress.

Dry Lease

Leasing arrangement whereby an aircraft financing entity provides an aircraft without insurance, crew, ground staff, supporting equipment, maintenance, etc. Dry leases are typically used by leasing companies and banks, requiring the lessee to put the aircraft on its own AOC and provide aircraft registration.

EASA (European Aviation Service Agency)

European Union agency with regulatory and executive authority in civil aviation safety. Responsibilities include analysis and research of safety, authorization of foreign operators, advising on EU legislation, implementing and monitoring safety rules, safety inspections, and certification of aircraft and components.

EBACE (The European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition)

Annual air show in Geneva focused on business aviation, with attendees from all over the world held in May.

Empty Leg

Empty aircraft on a return flight or outbound positioning of a booked trip.

FAA (Federal Aviation Administration)

Government body for the United States civil aviation industry. Their responsibilities include construction and operation of airports, air traffic management, and the certification of personnel and aircraft.

FBO (Fixed-Base Operator)

Service center/terminal for aircraft. The FBO may be a private enterprise or may be a subsidiary of the airport or municipality it serves. FBOs often provide services such as fueling, parking, aircraft maintenance and customs.

FO (First Officer)

The second pilot (or co-pilot) of an aircraft. The first officer is second-in-command of the aircraft to the captain who is the legal commander. In the event of an incapacitation of the captain, the first officer takes command of the aircraft.

Handling Agent

Company which performs ground handling, which is the servicing requirements of an aircraft between the time it arrives at a terminal and the time it departs on its next flight. Common examples of ground handling services are loading and unloading of aircraft, cabin cleaning, pushbacks and passenger handling.

High Density Airports

Airports with high levels of traffic volumes, often serving commercial, military and cargo flights.


The HondaJet is the fastest, highest-flying, quietest, and most fuel-efficient jet in its class. Jetex is the exclusive distributor for the Middle East region.

IATA (International Air Transport Association)

The trade association for the world’s airlines.


Airport code or location indicator, a three-letter code designating many airports around the world (i.e., Farnborough Airport = FAB), defined by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization)

The agency that develops policies to support a safe and efficient civil aviation sector.


Airport code or location indicator, a four-character code designating each airport around the world (i.e., Farnborough Airport = EGLF). These codes are defined by the International Civil Aviation Organization, and published in ICAO Document 7910: Location Indicators.

IS-BAH (International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling)

Industry best practices for FBOs and Business Aircraft Handling Agencies.

ITP (In Trail Procedure)

ITP is an enhanced application under the automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast technology that allows ITP capable aircraft to fly less turbulent routes, leading to higher fuel economy and reduced emissions.

Jet A-1

Aviation fuel suitable for most jet turbine engines.

Landing Slots or Airport Slots

Rights allocated to an operator by an airport or government agency granting the slot owner the right to schedule a landing or departure during a specific time period.

Lead PAX

Leading passenger, usually the paying client.

Local Time

Time in a given time zone.

MNPS (Minimum NAV Performance Specification)

A set of mandatory navigation performance standards required for aircraft operating in the North Atlantic Airspace.

NOTAM (Notice to Airmen)

Notice filed with an aviation authority to alert aircraft pilots of potential hazards along a flight route or at a location that could affect the safety of the flight.

OZB (Oberste Zivilluftfahrt Behörde)

Austria’s civil aviation authority.



PPR (Prior Permission Required)

An expression used to indicate that permission from the appropriate authority must be obtained before certain aeronautical activities (most often take-off or landing) can be carried out.


Flight planning software for private and commercial business aircraft operators, regional/charter/cargo/national airlines as well as military/utility operators. Used by dispatch team for ATC filings.


When an aircraft is pushed backwards away from an airport gate by external power.

Receiving Party

A local contact who can verify the identity of the passengers and the purpose of flight.

UTC (Universal Time Coordinated)

Previously known as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), UTC is a time standard used for flight plans and time stamps. The Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM) maintains UTC, which is also called Coordinated Universal Time, “Zulu Time” or “Z time”.

VAT (Value Added Tax)

A tax on the amount by which the value of an article has been increased at each stage of its production or distribution. Jetex can offer VAT exemption on fuel for a range of EU countries when customers use the Jetex fuel network.

Wet Lease

Leasing arrangement whereby an airline (lessor) provides an aircraft, complete crew, maintenance, and insurance (ACMI) to another airline (the lessee), which pays by hours operated. The lessee provides fuel and covers airport fees, and any other duties, taxes, etc.

Zulu Time

Denomination of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC, synonymous with GMT), the primary time standard by which the world regulates clocks and time. This ensures all pilots regardless of location are using the same 24-hour clock, thus avoiding confusion when flying between time zones. In aviation, the UTC time zone is sometimes denoted by the letter Z, or Zulu Time after the NATO phonetically alphabet word for the letter Z.



Privacy, time savings and unparalleled comfort are just some of the perks of flying via a private jet.
Cozy sleeping areas, contemporary showers, lavishly appointed board rooms, and plush seats with an abundance of legroom – these are the additional features you can enjoy depending on the private aircraft you are using.

Whether you are planning to buy your own business jet, or you wish to charter one, it is best to know which type will suit your needs and preferences to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable travel, every time.

1. Very Light Jets 


HondaJet Elite

The smallest type of private jet, Very Light Jets (VLJs) are cost-effective to operate and maintain in contrast with standard light jets. These are ideal for short-haul distances or up to a maximum of three hours of flight time.

Also known as Compact Light Jets, these can use shorter runways and fly into areas that are often inaccessible to commercial airlines. These jets typically accommodate four to seven passengers and carry a reasonable amount of luggage, but they have no room for a cabin attendant.

Popular types of VLJs include Embraer Phenom 100, Eclipse 500 and HondaJet HA-420.

Aircraft Embraer Phenom 100 Eclipse 500 HondaJet HA-420
Passenger Capacity 4 to 7 people 4 5 to 6 people
Range 1,211 nautical miles 1,294 nautical miles 1,223 nautical miles
Baggage Capacity 70 ft3 16 ft3 66 ft3
Facilities Enclosed rear lavatory Leather seating Rear lavatory
Small forward galley Work/dining table Foldable table
Complimentary snacks and refreshments LED upper lighting Optional cabin management system

2. Small Light Jets


Cessna Citation CJ2

Offering better passenger capacity, small light jets can comfortably seat up to eight people, making it widely popular among business travelers. These jets also have a higher average flight distance, ranging from 1,400 to 2,500 nautical miles with a maximum speed of 500 miles per hour. These capabilities make them ideal for two- to three-hour flights, even for intracontinental routes.

Like their smaller counterparts, small light jets can access small airports and runways, giving business travelers more flexibility and freedom to use less busier airports instead of crowded commercial airports.

Although most small light jets do not have room for a cabin attendant, they can be outfitted with a lavatory, unlike most VLJs. Hawker 400 XP, Cessna Citation CJ2 and Dassault Falcon 10 are some of the popular jets in this class.

Aircraft Hawker 400 XP Cessna Citation CJ2 Dassault Falcon 10
Passenger Capacity 6 to 8 people 6 to 8 people 6 to 8 people
Range 1,400 nautical miles 1,530 nautical miles 1,520 nautical miles
Baggage Capacity 53 ft3 74 ft3 41 ft3
Facilities Enclosed lavatory Leather interior Executive seating with fold-down center
Galley and refreshment bar Private lavatory Rear bench seat
Rear luggage section Galley and refreshment bar Lavatory

3. Super Light Jets


Embraer Phenom 300

Super light jets offer enhanced size, range and comfort compared with the small light jet class. With a more spacious cabin and luggage compartment, super light jets can accommodate an average of eight passengers in guaranteed comfort.

Though larger in size, super light jets can easily navigate short runways at private airstrips and small airports, so travelers who want to avoid the crowds at major airports can have alternative options for departure and arrival.

Notable aircraft in the super light jet class include Gulfstream G100, which can up seat up to nine people, and Embraer Phenom 300, which can carry a maximum of 11 passengers.

Aircraft Gulfstream G100 Embraer Phenom 300 Citation XLS
Passenger Capacity 7 people 6 to 8 people 8 people
Range 2,550 nautical miles 1,692 nautical miles 1,687 nautical miles
Baggage Capacity 64 ft3 74 ft3 80 ft3
Facilities Full enclosed lavatory


Executive seating with fold-out table Refreshment center
Mini galley Refreshment center Inflight conference room
Power outlets Lavatory Lavatory and sink

4. Midsize Cabin Jets


Gulfstream G150

Mid-size private jets are the optimum choice for travelers who require longer flight capacity. With an average range of 2,200 nautical miles – or around five hours of non-stop travel – mid-size jets can easily manage short-haul and long-haul flights, ensuring transcontinental capacity.

Because it comes with a bigger cabin, it is ideal for passengers who want more headroom, full standing capacity and additional space for luggage. Mid-size jets also offer more stylish interiors and can provide utmost comfort and convenience for five to 10 passengers.

Mid-size jets generally have enough room for two pilots, a flight attendant, a service galley and an on-board lavatory, while some can even be outfitted with an enclosed shower and fold-out divans. Equipped with Wi-Fi and phone capabilities, mid-size jets are perfect for those who prefer to stay connected and productive during flights.

Mid-size private jets can still use smaller airports and are more cost-efficient to operate in comparison with heavy jets. If you are eyeing a mid-size private jet for your next travel, take a look at Gulfstream 150, Cessna Citation Latitude and Learjet 60.

Aircraft Gulfstream G150 Cessna Citation Latitude Learjet 60
Passenger Capacity 7 people 7 to 9 people 7 to 8 people
Range 2,760 nautical miles 2,700 nautical miles 2,250 nautical miles
Baggage Capacity 80 ft3 127 ft3 55 ft3
Facilities Fully enclosed lavatory


Spacious lavatory and baggage compartment Business-class leather seating
Fully galley Expanded refreshment center Rear modern lavatory
Entertainment system Stand-up flat-floor cabin Executive fold out tables

5. Super Midsize Cabin Jets


Cessna Citation Sovereign

Larger cabin space and greater flying capacity are the upgrades that super mid-size cabin jets hold over standard mid-size private jets. The super mid-size cabin jet class can fly up to seven hours, covering an average of 3,500 miles.

Super mid-size jets feature spacious standing and walking room and have ample space for an enclosed lavatory and service galley. Featuring enhanced avionics that enable a quieter operation, super mid-size jets provide a higher level of comfort for travelers while delivering greater speed and range.

Gulfstream 200, Cessna Citation Sovereign and Bombardier Challenge 350 are premier choices in this class.

Aircraft Gulfstream G200 Cessna Citation Sovereign Bombardier Challenger 350
Passenger Capacity 8 to 10 people 9 to 12 people 10 people
Range 3,130 nautical miles 2,620 nautical miles 3,200 nautical miles
Baggage Capacity 150 ft3 135 ft3 106 ft3
Facilities Forward full-service galley Refreshment center Fully enclosed rear lavatory
Read enclosed lavatory Private lavatory with vanity Refreshment center
Versatile cabin layouts Centerline closet Divan layout or double-club seating options

6. Heavy Jets


Bombardier Challenger 605

First-class seats, more spacious legroom, and pull-out tabletops are just a few of the upgrades that heavy jets present to elite travelers. Boasting significantly larger cabin sizes, heavy jets envelop 10 passengers or more in a high level of aviation comfort and elegance, with all the privacy and exclusivity available in private travel.

Standard heavy jets can easily accommodate two flight attendants to manage full in-flight catering, while still having more than enough space for entertainment facilities, enclosed bathrooms and dedicated sleeping areas. In-flight productivity is guaranteed with convenient Wi-Fi and phone capabilities.

These king-size private jets pack in power too, with a superior flying capacity of up to nine hours non-stop and a range of 4,000 miles. Bombardier Challenger 605, Gulfstream 450 and Dassault Falcon 900 are a few top-of-the-line models in this class.

Aircraft Bombardier Challenger 605 Gulfstream 350 Dassault Falcon 900
Passenger Capacity 9 to 12 people 14 to 16 people 12 to 19 people
Range 3,834 nautical miles 3,680 nautical miles 3,590 nautical miles
Baggage Capacity 115 ft3 169 ft3 127 ft3
Facilities Executive layout with divan option available Enclosed lavatory Spacious customizable cabin
Full-service galley Entertainment center Full-sized galley
Rear enclosed lavatory Full-sized galley Full vanity rear lavatory

 7. Ultra-Long-Range Heavy Jets


Bombardier Global 6000

If you are looking for something even better than heavy jets, then the ultra-long-range heavy jet class is probably the right choice for you. Renowned for offering the best in private travel, ultra-long-range jets provide generous cabin space with different areas dedicated to dining, work, entertainment and relaxation.

Complete with enclosed bathrooms, lie-flat beds, full-service galley and a roomy luggage area, this segment of private jets is designed to offer the highest levels of comfort and extravagance for the most discerning travelers.

With lavishly appointed interiors and ultramodern amenities, these jets ensure a relaxing and enjoyable trip, comfortably accommodating an average of 14 to 17 passengers. Capable of flying distances of 6,000 to 6,500 miles, ultra-long-range jets are the optimum choices for long-haul travels.

If you are looking to invest in an ultra-long-range jet, these are the top models you can explore: Gulfstream V, Dassault Falcon 7X and Bombardier Global 6000.

Aircraft Gulfstream V Dassault Falcon 7X Bombardier Global 6000
Passenger Capacity 16 to 19 people 12 to 16 people 8 to 19 people
Range 6,250 nautical miles 5,950 nautical miles 5,890 nautical miles
Baggage Capacity 226 ft3 140 ft3 195 ft3
Facilities Up to four living spaces


Three spacious lounge areas Private stateroom
Full-sized galley


Forward/rear lavatories Full-service galley
Separate lavatories for passenger and crew Refreshment center Separate crew area

8. Executive Liners/Bizliners

Airbus ACJ320 photo by Comlux Aviation Group

The crème de le crème of private air travel, executive liners, or bizliners, are commercial aircraft modified for business travel or private use. Featuring a high level of customization, these are the most expensive private jets in the market.

From opulent and bespoke interiors, to spacious private suites, en-suite shower and on-board cocktail lounge, this aircraft class takes elite travel on a whole new level. Even with all these exclusive amenities, bizliners offer plenty of space for dining areas, conference rooms, overhead storage compartments, walk-in cupboards and full-service galleys manned by flight attendants.

As these private jets can navigate higher altitudes, they can operate in most weather conditions and cover great distances, making them the ideal choice for intercontinental flights or trips that last up to 10 hours or more without a stopover.

Depending on how the aircraft is customized, it can seat around 19 to 48 passengers in first-class comfort and pure elegance. Both Airbus and Boeing offer wide-body and narrow-body bizliners, such as Airbus ACJ380, Airbus ACJ319, Boeing B747-8 and Boeing BBJ.

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From finding optimal routes and coordinating flights, to securing permits and arranging full dispatch solutions, Jetex manages all elements of private jet operations anywhere in the world.

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  • 43,164 handling requests;
  • 73,122 overflight permits;
  • 12,500 landing permits;
  • 42,500 fuel uplifts;
  • 6,921 dispatch packages

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With Jetex looking after all flight requirements, clients can enjoy the same standard of excellence across every segment of their private jet operations globally.

From take-off to landing, Jetex provides up-to-date weather briefings and notice to airmen (NOTAMs), as well as real-time support from Operations Centers strategically based in Beijing, Dubai and Miami for a truly global coverage.

Jetex efficiently manages all documentation, including permits, clearances and flight planning and filing.

Using their knowledge in country regulations and industry procedures, Jetex teams help operators understand rules and policies of every destination, helping to avoid inconveniences which may cause delays along the way. In addition, Jetex closely monitors global routes and situations, keeping aircrew informed of possible disruptions and ensuring optimal solutions.

On the ground, Jetex arranges aircraft maintenance and logistics which ensure that all ground handling needs are catered on-time and with excellence.

Jetex Trip Planning Solutions at a Glance:

  • Flight planning, real-time tracking and coordination;
  • ATC flight plan filing;
  • Computerized flight plans and optimized routes;
  • Permits, clearances, slots and aircraft parking;
  • Full dispatch packages, including updated weather briefings and NOTAMs;
  • Visa application process and travel insurance;
  • Arranging hotels and accommodation, transportation and security.

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Last updated: 21 June 2020

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization has officially categorized the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) as a pandemic. We now look at what it means to the travel and tourism industry, and what needs to be taken into consideration when making travel arrangements.

As of May 2020, the following countries have implemented special procedures related to international travel to mitigate the spread of COVID-19:


Albania has shut down its borders on March 16, with restrictions on flights to/from Italy, Greece and United Kingdom.


Algeria has temporarily halted air and sea travel to/from Europe as of March 19. The North African country has earlier stopped flights to/from China and Morocco.


Passengers arriving from China are screened via thermal scanners to detect fever and are required to fill out and submit health cards. They are asked to contact Bangladesh’s Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) if they develop a fever within 14 days from date of arrival. If any traveler has a fever higher than 100  ̊F (37.7  ̊C), the passenger will be quarantined in an observation room at the airport. Travelers will be moved to Kurmitola General Hospital, if necessary.


Canada is only accepting travelers who are:

  • Canadian citizens and permanent residents
  • Person(s) registered under Canada’s Indian Act
  • Protected person(s)

Foreign nationals can only enter Canada if they are:

  • Immediate family members of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and planning to stay for at least 15 days
  • United States citizens who meet eligibility requirements

Eligibility requirements:

  • Traveling for essential purposes
  • Traveling directly from the US
  • Exempted from travel restrictions

The following inbound travelers are exempted from the restriction:

  • Temporary foreign workers
  • International students
  • Approved permanent residents
  • Transiting passengers
  • Accredited diplomats and their immediate family members
  • Air and marine crew members
  • French citizens residing in the Saint-Pierre and Miquelon territory and have only been in Canada, the US, or Saint-Pierre and Miquelon during the last 14 days
  • Person(s) who have an invitation from the Minister of Health to help with COVID-19 management
  • Person(s) who are delivering medical supplies
  • Person(s) who are verified by the Chief Public Health Officer of Canada to not pose a threat to public health, and who will provide essential services during their stay in Canada
  • Person(s) whose presence in the country is of national interest, in compliance with the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship; the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Prepared; or the Minister of Foreign Affairs

All inbound travelers are required to:

  • Undergo 14 days of mandatory quarantine, whether exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms or not.
  • Undergo medical screening
  • Provide their basic information through
    • ArriveCAN mobile app (available on iOS and Android)
    • Online form
    • Paper form


Entry to China is temporarily restricted for foreign nationals holding visas issued before 28 March 2020, residence permits, or Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Business Travel Cards.

Exemptions are made for the following inbound travelers:

  • Foreign nationals holding diplomatic, service, courtesy or C visas
  • Foreign nationals coming to China for economic, trade, scientific or technological activities
  • Foreign nationals who obtained visas on or after 28 March 2020 for emergency humanitarian needs

All passengers must undergo a 14-day quarantine period at hotels elected by the government.

Crew can rest on the aircraft for a maximum of five hours. Crew members entering the country are also mandated to undergo a 14-day quarantine period at hotels vetted by the government.

Both passengers and crew are not allowed to leave or exit the aircraft during technical stops.


Preventive measures are being applied, including screening passengers with temperature checks. Passengers onboard scheduled and charter operation flights must fill out a Public Health Card before aircraft landing.

Airlines operating to Egypt must indicate their cleaning and disinfection process according to the Hygiene and Sanitation in Aviation Third Edition for airlines section. Airlines must also indicate the nationalities of their passengers onboard.

The aircrew is advised to allow the quarantine team to enter the aircraft, in case the quarantine team decides to go onboard before passenger embarkation to conduct medical checks on flights coming from countries with confirmed COVID-19 cases, or on flights with passengers from these countries.


Ethiopia is applying strict measures to prevent nCov from entering and spreading in the country. At Addis Ababa Bole International Airport (HAAB), passengers flying from Wuhan and other Chinese cities are being screened. Two thermal screening facilities have been established at HAAB, and Tikur Anbessa Hospital and Saint Paul’s Millennium Medical College are ready to provide medical services if required.


From 15 June 2020, travelers from the following European countries will be allowed entry to France without the need for an international travel certificate and without mandatory quarantine:

  • European Union (EU) member states
  • Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland and the Vatican

Travelers coming from the United Kingdom will be allowed entry but must still comply with a 14-day quarantine period.

From 21 June 2020, restrictions on travelers coming from Spain by air will be lifted but inbound travelers must still observe a 14-day isolation period upon arrival.


The Ministry of Health is screening all passengers – both arriving to and departing from Ghana airports. No further actions are being taken so far.


Entry to Hong Kong is restricted for all non-residents.

From 25 March 2020, Hong Kong residents must have the following documents to enter:

  • Permanent identity card
  • SAR passport or British National (overseas) passport with right of abode in Hong Kong
  • Identity card (must be accompanied by valid work or study visa)

The following travelers are exempted from entry restrictions:

  • Travelers coming from Mainland China, Taiwan or Macau who have not been to any other country or region in the past 14 days
  • Diplomatic passport holders (subject to existing visa requirements)
  • Immediate family members (spouse and children) of Hong Kong residents
  • Local government officers performing official duties
  • Personnel approved by government to perform anti-epidemic work
  • Passengers who hold valid visas to work, study, establish or join a business, or take up residency in Hong Kong

*Exempted passengers must still comply with a 14-day mandatory quarantine period.


Major international airports in India are on high alert and are screening all passengers. People who have shown symptoms of the coronavirus have been quarantined in different cities, including Mumbai, New Delhi and Hyderabad.


Inbound Travelers

EU Passport Holders

From June 3, inbound travelers with EU passports and are coming from an EU country can freely enter Italy. EU passport holders are not required to declare their reason for travel upon arrival.

The above guidelines apply to EU travelers flying to and from the following territories:

  • EU and Schengen countries
  • Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • Andorra
  • Monaco
  • Vatican

Non-EU Passport Holders

From June 3 to 15, non-EU passengers and crew will be allowed entry for work-related purposes and must complete a self-declaration form.

If they need to stay for more than 72 hours, inbound travelers must self-quarantine, provide their hotel/accommodation address and contact number, and inform local health authorities of their presence in the country.

The 72-hour limit can be extended for another 48 hours for valid reasons such as work, emergency and health.

Outbound Travelers

Travel to EU country

EU passport holders traveling to any EU country can depart from Italy without the need to accomplish a self-declaration form with their reason for travel but are subject to country of arrival regulations.

Non-EU passport holders traveling to any EU country must complete a self-declaration form.

Travel to non-EU country

Passengers and crew (whether EU or non-EU passport holders) departing from Italy to a non-EU country need to declare their reason for travel.

NOTE: Travelers heading to Sardinia must undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine upon arrival. Operators must collect and declare passenger information, including names, identifying documents and address.


  • Foreign nationals coming from or who have been in the following countries in the last 14 days will be denied entry:
Africa Cabo Verde, Cote d’lvoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Mauritius, Morocco, Sao Tome and Principe, South Africa
Asia Bangladesh, Brunei, China, India, Indonesia, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Maldives, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam
Europe Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyz, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vatican
Latin America and the Caribbean Argentina, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Saint Christopher and Nevis, Uruguay
Middle East Afghanistan, Bahrain, Israel, Iran, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates
North America Canada, United States of America
Oceania Australia, New Zealand
  • Foreign nationals holding Chinese passports issued in the provinces of Hubei and Zhejiang will not be permitted entry. The same restriction applies to foreign nationals who boarded the cruise ship Westerdam and departed from Hong Kong.
  • All passengers are subject to a 14-day quarantine at designated locations and are not allowed to use public transportation.


All passengers who have been to China, Italy, South Korea and/or Iran in the past 14 days are not allowed to transit or enter Jordan. Only delegates and diplomats who have been to China and/or Italy in the past 14 days are exempted.

Jordanian nationals and their wives and children who hold foreign passports are exempted from these restrictions and can enter Jordan, provided that their information is forwarded in advance via email to transit section at Queen Alia International Airport (AMM, OJAI).


The Kuwait Ministry of Health is taking precautionary measures at all arrival ports. The Ministry of Health will be working with the Ministry of Interior (Ports and Passports Department) to implement precautionary measures and installation of thermal cameras, in addition to ensuring the preparedness and availability of health clinics and isolation rooms at the airport. Airport personnel will also be provided with protective equipment such as gloves and masks.

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation will be monitoring passengers arriving at Kuwait International Airport, in compliance with instructions issued by the Ministry of Health, and will refer passengers to examination, if deemed necessary.

UPDATE: Kuwait has suspended all flights to/from Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Iran, Thailand, Italy and Iraq.



All passengers and crew arriving in Macau must fill out and submit health declaration forms to Immigration Offices. The forms will be distributed by ground handling agents or can be accessed and accomplished online by passengers and crew. Please click this link to access the form.

All passengers and crew will undergo temperature checks. Persons with a temperature lower than 37.5°C can enter Macau, but persons with temperature higher than 37.5°C will be directed to the Macau Health Bureau.


All passengers and crew will go through temperature checks. Persons with a temperature higher than 37.5°C will not be allowed to exit Macau and will be directed to the Macau Health Bureau.

Inbound travelers who have been to the following countries in the last 14 days will be subject to respective procedures:

Hubei Province, China Entry will be denied, unless the person has a valid certificate confirming they do not have COVID-19.
South Korea The concerned person will need to undergo a 14-day medical observation at a designated venue in Macau.
Italy and Iran The concerned person will need to undergo a 14-day medical observation at a designated venue in Macau.
Germany, France, Spain or Japan The concerned person will need to undergo a medical examination, with possibility of a 14-day quarantine at the discretion of health authorities.
Areas with high cases of COVID-19 The person under investigation must go through six to eight hours of medical observation, with possibility of compulsory quarantine.

Inbound travelers who are Macau residents will be observed at a local venue approved by health authorities, while non-Macau residents will be observed at a designated hotel. Hotel fees will be shouldered by non-Macau residents.


All international flights to and from Morocco have been suspended until further notice. VIP flights with authorization from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Morocco can be exempted.


Authorities are monitoring suspected passengers through thermal screening and they issued preventive procedures to avoid this virus.


The Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has positioned scanners in all airports to screen inbound passengers. Authorities have also emphasized the need for environmental and personal hygiene.


Oman’s Ministry of Health has set up their own 24-hour clinic at the arrival terminal. All inbound passengers, especially those coming from China, are undergoing thermal screening.

In addition, all passengers who have been in China for 14 days will have to sign the arrival declaration form.

UPDATE: Oman has suspended flights to/from China following increasing coronavirus cases around the world.


Authorities have started screening all passengers and applied the following preventive actions at major international airports:

  • Prepared isolation room for affected passengers
  • Conducted hygiene inspection of food outlets
  • 24/7 availability and duty roster of airport doctors and healthcare staff
  • 24/7 manning of polio counters


Authorities have activated the “Communicable Disease Preparedness Procedure” across all international airports. This includes preventive measures that follow guidelines set by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and WHO.

Although quarantine and screening are routine procedures in Philippine airports, there is heightened security and monitoring on all arriving passengers.

On January 23, the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) has declared an indefinite suspension of flights between Wuhan, China and the Philippines. All airlines with flights coming directly or indirectly from China need to obtain a health declaration checklist from the Bureau of Quarantine. Passengers must fill out the checklist prior to disembarkation.


All passengers and crew of business aircraft operating into Singapore must make a health declaration before they can get permission to depart for Singapore. Any passenger or aircrew member who declares themselves to be unwell – has a pneumonia or respiratory symptoms such as coughing, runny nose, sore throat or shortness of breath – will be considered as a patient, and the flight will be considered and operated as a medical evacuation (medevac) flight.

These patients arriving on medevac flights must test negative for COVID-19 from the source country before they are allowed to fly into Singapore. They need to have a hospital in Singapore to receive them and a risk assessment of the patient must be submitted to the said hospital.

Non-Singaporean business aviation passengers and aircrew members on non-medevac flights who have a fever or symptoms of any respiratory illness upon arrival will not be allowed entry. The business aircraft will be mandated to turn around at the soonest possible time.

Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and Long-term Pass holders arriving on these flights must undergo screening, which may include a COVID-19 swab test, before entry is allowed.


Russia has closed its borders and restricted entry of all foreigners into its territory until further notice. Exemptions are granted to the following:

  • Russian nationals
  • Accredited or appointed employees – and their family members – of diplomatic missions, consular offices, or international organizations located in Russia
  • Members of official delegations
  • Travelers holding diplomatic, business or normal visas issued in connection with the death of a close relative, as well as visas granted via special decision of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Passengers coming from visa-free countries who are traveling to Russia in connection with the death of a close relative; they must bring copies of death certificate and any document(s) confirming family relations
  • Passengers who are family members – spouses, parents, kids, adoptive parents and adopted children – guardians and trustees of Russian citizens, subject to presentation of a document copy confirming family relations
  • Passengers who are permanent residents of Russia, as well as passengers transiting through airports without entering Russia


The Saudi Civil Aviation Authority, in cooperation with the Health Ministry, is enforcing precautionary and preventive measures against the virus. The Saudi CAA has instructed airports and airlines operating in the Kingdom to take the “necessary health precautions” for incoming travelers, especially those coming from countries where coronavirus cases have been confirmed.

  • All carriers operating to KSA airports are obliged to implement preventive measures to counter 2019-nCov.
  • Health education facilities will be provided for travelers heading to areas where nCov has appeared.
  • If a person traveling on an aircraft bound to KSA is suspected of being infected, the operator of the aircraft should provide the necessary information to the health control center at the arrival airport, in accordance with the general declaration of the aircraft (annex 9 of the International Health Regulations). The passenger identification form should be completed and must include the suspected passenger’s seat number and location in the aircraft and all his/her contact information.
  • Health control centers at Port of Entry will screen travelers arriving directly or indirectly from China and will refer suspected cases immediately to the regional public health department.

UPDATE: Saudi Arabia has temporarily stopped the operations of its state-owned airline, Saudia, to/from China. The Kingdom has also restricted its citizens and residents from traveling to China, while an entry ban is imposed on travelers going back to Saudi from China. In addition, Saudi Arabia is restricting foreigners from making pilgrimages to Mecca and Medina, and will only be allowing citizens and residents to visit the holy sites.


Passengers are being screened through a thermal scan. No additional procedures or restrictions are being implemented so far.


Spain has reopened its borders to European Union and Schengen member states from 21 June 2020.

By 1 July 2020, it is expected to gradually start opening its borders to other countries and will no longer require arriving travelers to undergo quarantine.


Passengers arriving from China are screened and monitored.


Arriving passengers who have been to countries listed below must fill out and submit health certificates:

  • Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau
  • South Korea
  • Italy
  • Iran

All passengers and crew coming to Thailand from these countries are required by law to not go to crowded areas exposed and to wear a surgical mask in public.


Authorities have begun implementing preventive measures in Tunisian airports, in coordination with WHO. No cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Tunisia as of this time.


All passengers and crew arriving at Istanbul Airport (LTFM) from China are undergoing thermal screening. All handling staff members are wearing masks and gloves when providing services to flights arriving from China.


All flights bound to the UAE are suspended until further notice. However, the following flights and/or passengers are exempted from this regulation:

Evacuation Flights Authorization from the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation is still required. All evacuation flights must have passenger APP and crew APP data, while ferry flights must have crew APP data.
UAE Residents Passengers must secure a Resident Entry Permit at before departure and should undergo medical screening and quarantine upon arrival.
UAE-registered Aircraft Out of Base on 24 March 2020 23:59 LT These aircraft are allowed to return to base carrying only UAE nationals and operator’s crew members.
Domestic flights N/A

Arriving passengers must provide an accomplished self-declaration health form upon arrival.


The UK currently does not impose travel restrictions but require incoming travelers to undergo a 14-day self-quarantine period and to submit a completed “Public Health Passenger Locator Form” to immigration upon arrival.

Passengers can get the form before departure at and have up to 48 hours before their travel to fill it out.

Passengers will receive a digital certificate indicating their passport details upon submission of the form. Passengers are advised to keep a print or digital copy of the digital certificate as UK Border Force officials will inspect it upon their arrival at the Immigration checkpoint.


The United States does not allow entry for foreign nationals who have been to the following countries/regions in the last 14 days:

  • China
  • Iran
  • Brazil
  • United Kingdom
  • Republic of Ireland
  • Schengen territories: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Monaco, San Marino and Vatican City

US citizens, lawful permanent residents, certain family members and other individuals who meet specific exceptions (e.g., foreign diplomats and immediate family members of US citizens and lawful permanent residents) can still enter.


Vietnam has suspended air travel to and from China.


An executive of a Hong Kong-based business aviation group has said the company received an influx of inquiries on private flight charter requests, mainly for travel departing from China or Hong Kong. However, the company is unable to meet the requests due to international travel restrictions on China and its special administrative territories.


Governments and airport authorities are responding to the developments of the COVID-19 outbreak as they happen. As such, some standard procedures might change and we will do our best to keep this updated as possible.

If you need assistance in submitting flight plans or getting flight permits, email us at or call us at +971 4 212 4000.

Normally ranked as the fifth busiest cargo airport in the world, the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport [ANC, PANC] continues to be a pivotal hub for facilitating international cargo operations. With growing demand for air cargo capacity worldwide, operations have recently spiked at the airport, making it the world’s busiest today.

As North America continues to manage the COVID-19 outbreak, the airport is expected to keep playing a key role in supporting cargo flights, especially those coming from Asia where most critical goods and medical supplies are produced.

Maximizing the geographical advantage of Anchorage International Airport

Located at the top of the world, the airport is equidistant from Europe, Asia and North America, which allows air cargo operators operating from ANC to reach 95% of major global markets in less than 10 hours.

Due to this advantageous position, it is estimated that 80% of cargo flights stop over at ANC for refueling, cargo transfer or shift change of aircrew.

Performing technical stops at ANC also generates fuel savings while increasing profitability. Cargo carriers operating to ANC can bring more cargo while consuming less fuel, since they can refuel at the airport before proceeding to their next destination using a shorter route.

Serving 44 cargo destinations, ANC handled more than 41,000 wide- and narrow-body cargo aircraft landings in 2019, with a weekly average of 500 wide-body cargo aircraft landings.

Enhanced operational freedom and future tourism in Anchorage

Aside from its strategic location, ANC offers unique cargo transfer rights to operators, as authorized by the United States Department of Transportation in 2003.

These cargo transfer rights allow cargo operators to facilitate transfers during a technical stop, including cargo transfers between aircraft from the same carrier; transfers from one carrier to another; co-mingling of US and non-US cargo; and change-of-gauge transfers, which refer to a switch of aircraft but use of the same flight number.

In 2018, airport authorities revealed their plan to build an onsite Quick Cargo Center, which will temporarily store shipment brought by cargo carriers but needs to be transported by a different aircraft via a connecting flight. The facility is envisioned to be climate-controlled, fully secure and with easy access to aircraft parking sites for easy cargo haulage.

While being one of the top cargo airports in the world, ANC also manages a substantial number of passenger flights. It serves 21 domestic and international passenger destinations and managed almost 5.7 million passengers and over 42,000 passenger aircraft landings in 2019.

With a stunning skyline, majestic mountain range and beautiful national parks offering a mix of exciting activities, Alaska is a growing tourist destination. As such, passenger flights are expected to pick up at ANC in the near future. Meanwhile, the airport has amplified its sanitation program, including using hospital-grade disinfectants and ultraviolet LED lights to sanitize escalator handrails.

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Jetex provides seamless global cargo solutions anywhere in the world. Get in touch with Jetex to know more.

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Sailing across azure waters on a private yacht and lounging on white sand beaches in the Maldives. Relaxing in an elegant underwater hotel suite with spectacular views of vibrant marine life. Or enjoying the serene beauty of fresh morning snow from the warm comfort of your own chalet in Switzerland.

What is your perfect holiday? At Jetex, it is our passion to design bespoke travel experiences that surpass every expectation. Our Premier Experience team uses personal connections and firsthand expertise to craft bespoke trips for clients, including unique experiences, special values, VIP treatment and rare access.

Jetex understands what is most important to you and your traveling companions. Let us know your perfect holiday and we will bring it to life.

Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience

Discover extraordinary sights and wonders of the world with curated tours and private transportation across land, sea and air. Explore the picturesque coastal town of Saint Tropez in France, soak up the festive atmosphere of Copacabana in Brazil, or escape to Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands.

In the mood for nature? Admire the breathtaking beauty of Grand Canyon National Park via a private helicopter tour, board a luxury cruise to Antarctica, or observe diverse wildlife on a safari in Africa.

Jetex Premier Experience elevates every trip and helps you think creatively about where to go and what to do. We know how to get the best value for your time and money, and, thanks to our global connections, we can make sure that you enjoy a touch of Jetex hospitality wherever in the world you wish to be.

Whether it is securing the best seats at a Grand Prix or getting access to the glamorous fashion week afterparties, reserving exclusive hotel suites or holiday villas, Jetex will orchestrate it effortlessly. Every detail shall be considered from the moment you step in one of the Jetex Terminals.

Experience the Exceptional

At the heart of Premier Experience is the concept of seamless travel enveloped by unrivaled comfort, refined elegance and superior hospitality.

Jetex sees the nuances in every trip: from hotel reservations, arranging private jets, luxury ground transportation to the details that matter, such as curated cultural, culinary, entertainment and shopping itineraries at the destination.

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Jetex Air Ambulance Flight Operations facilitates swift and smooth operations which ensure clients can access immediate medical care in times of emergencies.

Since 2005, Jetex has been helping numerous government agencies and private entities to execute medical evacuation missions and medically escorted repatriations around the world, even in remote locations and hard-to-reach areas. In 2019 alone, Jetex facilitated more than 1,000 medical flights worldwide.

This achievement reflects the company’s steadfast commitment to provide its customers and partners with the assurance and peace of mind that, in case of crucial unforeseen circumstances, they may count on global around-the-clock medevac operations support.

Complete suite of operational solutions for medevac flights

Jetex has a dedicated Operations Team with extensive experience in arranging even the most complicated air ambulance flights.

With their in-depth understanding of the unique processes and nuances of medevac operations, which include specialized international requirements and policies, the Jetex Operations Team consistently guarantees seamless and rapid turnaround for medical flights.

Through Operation Centers in Beijing, Dubai and Miami, Jetex manages all services related to aeromedical flights:

  • Full-time operational support for private, commercial and government medical flights
  • Mission consultation and trip planning
  • Complete dispatch solutions, including flight planning, weather briefing and NOTAMs
  • Ground handling and global fuel supply
  • Overflight permits and permissions even for short-notice flights
  • Global logistics support for any aircraft on the ground

Expert coordination of medical support and equipment

For aeromedical flights which require specialized medical assistance, Jetex can find the appropriate aircraft complete with the necessary medical equipment, such as intensive care units, person isolation units, respirators, incubators and much more.

Jetex provides full coordination of medical support:

  • Ambulance services, medical oxygen, medical staff and access to ramps
  • Ground transportation to hospitals, medical facilities, accommodation and airports
  • Security services for VIP passengers and high-profile operations
  • Hotel arrangements for passengers, crew and medical staff


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Welcoming passengers in more than 30 destinations, Jetex Terminals are the epitome of luxury where comfort and style are complemented by efficient personalized service. Each Jetex Terminal is designed with the needs of a modern traveler in mind, with a vision to create serene spaces that embody the promise of an exceptional experience.

Exclusive space devoted to leisure and well-being

Flagship Jetex Terminals in Dubai, Paris, Marrakech and Abidjan feature airy private lounges designed with a contemporary elegant flair to create an ambiance of unrivaled luxury for the most discerning business and leisure travelers.

Designer furniture pieces by Zaha Hadid adorn the tranquility of Jetex Dubai and Jetex Marrakech, offering plush comfort while adding splashes of color, form and symmetry to the space.

Opulent and elegant, Jetex Paris and Jetex Abidjan invite passengers to savor a moment of relaxation and privacy before being chauffeured to their private jet or a desired city location.

Work and play

Each Jetex Terminal offers luxury amenities catering to every need of the modern traveler – from fully equipped business centers, boardrooms and innovative sleeping pods, to state-of-the-art leisure facilities and the world’s largest fleet of airport Rolls-Royces.

Everything is possible in the versatile spaces of Jetex terminals: flip through an art book, read newspapers and magazines, stretch out and relax, watch the news in HD, get some work done and more. Private libraries are stocked with business and lifestyle magazines and a wide selection of books.

For those wishing to refresh after a flight, private shower suites with a full range of amenities are available around-the-clock.

Both in Dubai and Marrakech, Jetex invites connoisseurs to discover a curated selection of world-famous cigars, or savor a gourmet selection of petit fours paired with exclusive coffee and tea blends.

The award-winning hospitality is complemented by the efficiency of the Jetex team that takes care of all the necessary travel arrangements behind the scenes.

Onsite facilities dedicated to seamless operations

Equipped with spacious hangarage facility and ramp parking space, Jetex Terminals can accommodate private jets of any size and provide complete ground handling solutions, including aircraft parking, refueling and catering.

On-site customs, immigration and VAT refund facilities expedite arrivals and departures while the Jetex Guest Experience Team takes care of all documents and luggage, completing all requirements in mere minutes. With no queues and barely any waiting time, passengers can relax and enjoy the exclusive, private and safe environment before continuing to their next destination.

Experience the Exceptional with Jetex

All over the world, Jetex Terminals are a benchmark of fine attention to detail, artistic design and inimitable luxury thoughtfully melded with efficient functionality.

With its perfectly orchestrated operations system, Jetex delivers on its promise of an exceptional travel experience, every time.



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Wherever your travels take you, you can always be assured of having access to premium jet fuel anywhere and anytime with Jetex.

With a fuel network comprising more than 600 certified and internationally recognized suppliers, Jetex can fuel your journey even in the most remote and exotic locations, while ensuring the most competitive rates in the market.

Leveraging the extensive international footprint, Jetex provides reliable fuel services at more than 3,500 airports and over 6,000 fuel supply points globally.

Why Choose Jetex Fuel Services?

Source all your aviation fuel needs in one place

Jetex has built direct contractual relationships with key local and international fuel suppliers to provide clients the most favorable pricing and consistent supply of high-quality aviation fuel, including Jet A-1, TS1, JP8, AvGas and more. With no excess fees added, it offers significant cost savings to its diverse clientele, which includes operators, private jet owners and charter companies.

As the fuel provider of choice in executive aviation, Jetex offers clients the opportunity to source all their aviation fuel needs through a single point of contact, streamlining processes, removing inefficiencies and adding value to operations.

Benefit from a transparent and streamlined payment scheme

Jetex puts high value on the trust it has earned with its clients. Transparent and straightforward payment process ensure clients can readily see their invoices in clear and defined terms.

For operators in Europe, eligible clients can enjoy a hassle-free VAT-compliant invoicing system through the Jetex VAT Exemption Program, available across 19 European countries. Clients can request for VAT exemption when they pre-arrange fuel with their representative.

Enjoy around-the-clock support from an expert team

The Jetex Fuel Team is always available to provide clients with up-to-date fuel prices and quotations. Through the Jetex application, available for desktop and mobile devices, clients can also access live fuel prices to reduce the risk of fluctuating fuel costs.

The Fuel Team offers unique and exclusive credit and insurance programs to tailor a solution to your unique fuel requirements. From providing around-the-clock support to managing the entire logistics of fuel uplifts, Jetex fuel specialists will ensure your aircraft is refueled on time and ready for the next destination.


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