Arab Wings

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Arab Wings
Arab wings logo.gif
IATA ICAO Callsign
- AWS ARAB WINGS
Founded 1975
Operating bases Amman Civil Airport
Fleet size 13
Headquarters Amman, Jordan
Key people Ahmad Abu Ghazaleh (CEO)
Website Official Website

Arab Wings is an airline based in Amman, Jordan. It operates charter passenger services throughout the Middle East, Persian Gulf and parts of Europe. Its main base is Amman Civil Airport, Amman.[1]

History[edit]

Arab Wings was established in 1975 as the first private jet charter operator in the Middle East. Based in Jordan, Arab wings services today include ad hoc charters, air ambulance services, aircraft management, a certified aircraft maintenance center and aircraft for special missions. Arab wings is also certified to do handling services out of all airports in Jordan. In 2010 Gulf wings, Arab wings sister company was granted its aircraft operating certificate (AOC) in the United Arab Emirates.[2]

Arab Wings and Gulf Wings are owned by the International Wings Group (IWG). IWG also owns the Royal Jordanian Air Academy and Queen Noor Technical College.

Fleet[edit]

Arab Wings operates the following aircraft (as of June 5, 2016):[3]

Arab Wings Fleet
Aircraft Total Orders Passengers
Hawker 4000

(A6-SHH)

1 8
Beechcraft Super King Air 1 7
Hawker 800XP 2 8
Bombardier Challenger 604 1 10
Gulfstream IV 1 __ 14
Bombardier Challenger 605 2 12
Bombardier Challenger 605

(A6-MVD)

1 10
Embraer Legacy 600 1 __ 13
Embraer Legacy 650[4] 1 __ 13
Embraer Lineage 1000[4] 1 __
Bombardier Global Express 5000 1 __ 14
Total 13 __

References[edit]

[5]

  1. ^ "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-03-27. p. 76. 
  2. ^ "About Arab Wings - About Us - IWG". www.arabwings.com.jo. Archived from the original on 2016-08-06. Retrieved 2016-06-05. 
  3. ^ "Overview - Our Fleet - IWG". www.arabwings.com.jo. Archived from the original on 2016-04-14. Retrieved 2016-06-05. 
  4. ^ a b "Global Airline Guide 2017 (Part One)". Airliner World (October 2017): 18. 
  5. ^ Fleet 2 Bombardier global 5000

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