Qatar Executive Overview
|Leadership||Akbar Al Baker, Group CEO|
|Jet Card Hourly Rates||Rates are customized to individuals based on flying needs|
|Related Products||On-demand Charter, Empty Legs|
|Related Companies||A subsidiary of Qatar Airways Group; In the group with Qatar Duty-Free, Qatar Airways Cargo, Al Maha Services, Qatar Aviation Services, Qatar Aircraft Catering|
Qatar Executive was founded in 2007 as a fully owned subsidiary of award-winning Qatar Airways. It has a fleet of long-range and ultra-long-range Gulfstream, Bombardier, and Airbus private jets. It is a launch customer for the Gulfstream G700.
In 2020, it launched The Diamond Agreement offering global fixed-rate, guaranteed-availability private jet solutions. In 2022, it was renamed The Block Hour Agreement.
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Who owns it?
It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qatar Airways
When was it founded?
Who is the CEO?
Akbar Al Baker is CEO of the group
How are aircraft sourced?
Qatar Executive owns its aircraft
Qatar Executive Fleet
|Aircraft Type||Number in Fleet|
|Gulfstream G700||On order|
|Airbus A319 Air Ambulance||1|
What are the initiation and membership fees?
What is the entry-level program?
The Block Hour Agreement starts at 50 hours per year
Does The Block Hour Agreement provide guaranteed availability?
Is the hourly rate guaranteed?
Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?
Based on availability
What is the company website?
Where is headquarters?
The latest news and updates from Qatar Executive:
For Flexjet the order follows its $1.4 billion deal with Embraer announced earlier today; For Qatar Executive, it’s in addition to its July billion-dollar Gulfstream order
A billion dollars here. A half-billion or so there. It is Las Vegas after all. As the National Business Aviation Association’s annual convention kicks off here, Flexjet followed up its morning announcement it is buying $1.4 billion in private jets from Embraer by placing an order to be the North American launch customer for the Gulfstream G700.
(Updated Oct. 23, 2019: Flexjet’s order is for 16 G700s valued at $1.2 billion)
Flexjet’s chairman Kenn Ricci wasn’t the only CEO playing at the high stakes table. Akbar Al Baker, CEO of Qatar Airways, is buying 10 of the new ultra-long-range, ultra-fast private jets for his Qatar Executive charter division. It follows a billion-dollar order with the Savannah, Georgia-based manufacturer in July.