Qatar Executive, the private jet charter division of Qatar Airways Group, has planned to introduce a new Air Ionization System on its state-of-the-art G650ER aircraft.
The active system is capable of eliminating potentially harmful pathogens and allergens, including bacteria, viruses, and mold spores. The eco-friendly technology has a minimum impact on the environment and adds a layer of hygiene onboard by eradicating volatile organic compounds (VOCs), visible smoke and undesirable odors.
Qatar Executive has already retrofitted two of its G650ER jets with the pioneering Air Ionization System, and will continue installing the new device across the fleet within the next three months.
“Qatar Executive is always at the forefront when it comes to introducing the latest safety and hygiene innovations. Enhancing the comfort and well-being of our passengers throughout their journey is paramount, therefore, we are pleased to be retrofitting our G650ER fleet with this cutting-edge Air Ionization System. Qatar Executive will continue to adopt and introduce meticulous onboard safety measures which offer an unparalleled private jet experience each time.”
Qatar Executive is the world’s largest owner-operator of the Gulfstream G650ER, one of the most sought-after jets due to its exceptional range capabilities, industry-leading cabin technology, fuel efficiency, and unrivaled passenger comfort.
The G650ER is the industry’s fastest ultra-long range business jet. The jet is known for its incredible 7,500 nautical mile range, cutting-edge cabin technology, and unrivaled passenger comfort.
Last month, Qatar Executive’s flagship G650ER jet operated to and from Geneva, Switzerland using a high blend of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), reflecting Qatar Airways Groups’ commitment to working on its environmental sustainability goals.
Qatar Executive’s fleet includes 12 Gulfstream G650ERs, with three additional jets planned for delivery in 2022, three Bombardier Global 5000s, one Bombardier Global XRS, and one Airbus A319ACJ and another Airbus A319 Air Ambulance aircraft, making the current fleet 18 strong.