Private Jet Charter (PJC), one of the world's largest independent private jet charter brokers, has recently unveiled ambitious plans to expand its market share in Europe and the Middle East.
Hugh Courtenay, founder and chief executive, PJC explained: "The Middle East holds a larger potential for private jet business compared to other more developed regions, due mainly to the fact that the service industry in this region is still developing. We are pleased with the growing interest in our air charter services here, reinforcing our position as one of the Middle East's leading private aircraft charter brokers."
Ross Kelly, managing director – Middle East, PJC added: "With investments increasingly migrating to emerging markets, traditional business hubs are losing ground. PJC is proud of its strengths in these promising markets, backed by an unrivalled track record."
The company, which boasts outposts in the UK, France, Russia and the US, already has a significant presence in the Middle East with a busy base in Dubai and strong presence in Jeddah in Saudi Arabia.