Arab Wings Flies Global 5000 with Vision Avionics

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Jordan’s Arab Wings has become the first Middle East operator to fly Bombardier’s Global 5000 aircraft.
May 12, 2012, 3:00 PM

Jordan’s Arab Wings has become the first Middle East operator to fly Bombardier’s Global 5000 aircraft with its new Vision flight deck suite.

Shown here after the recent delivery of the aircraft are (from left): Dereik Gregory, Bombardier Business Aircraft customer project manager; Ali Abu Ghalyoun, assistant with the Goudaf Group (which owns the aircraft); Manal Obeid, Arab Wings sales and marketing director; Sameer Hdairis, Arab Wings business development director; Hani Hadadien, Bombardier Business Aircraft sales manager; Sheikh Khaled Alenzi, Goudaf Group chairman; Tariek Galal, Goudaf Group finance director; and David Murry, operations vice president Global completions with Bombardier.

The charter/management fleet of Amman-based Arab Wings already includes Bombardier’s Challenger 604 and 605 models, an Embraer Legacy 650 and a 600, a Gulfstream G450, a Cessna Citation Sovereign, as well as a Hawker Beechcraft 800XP, a Hawker 400 and a King Air B200.

 

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