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Qatar Executive has proudly unveiled its brand-new executive jet, the Gulfstream G500, on the opening day of Farnborough International Airshow.

The G500 jet will be one of the fastest and most technologically advanced aircraft in the Qatar Executive fleet when it enters service later this year.

The G500 cabin will also set new industry benchmarks as one of the quietest in the industry, as well as having the best cabin altitude pressure, allowing for unparalleled passenger comfort.

The all-new G500 aircraft will officially join Qatar Executives fleet by the end of this year, and will mark the beginning of an agreement that was initiated in October 2014, between Qatar Airways and Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.

Qatar Airways chief executive Akbar Al Baker, said: “We are tremendously excited to be unveiling our first Gulfstream G500 jet at this years Farnborough International Airshow.

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“With its many advanced features, this ultra-modern aircraft will enable us to offer our global clientele unprecedented levels of service.

“The G500 also demonstrates our commitment to continuing to expand the Qatar Executive fleet, in line with our accelerated growth strategy, enabling us to exceed our clients expectations time and time again.”

Qatar Executive is the private jet charter division of Qatar Airways Group.

Gulfstream president, Mark Burns, said: “We are excited to join Qatar Executive as they showcase their first G500 at Farnborough.

“The G500 ushers in a new standard of business-jet travel for passengers and pilots, and we look forward to continuing our partnership with Qatar Executive as their G500 aircraft enters service later this year.”

The G500 is powered by the next generation Pratt & Whitney Canada PW800 engines, optimised for high-altitude, fast and long-range jets.

Qatar Executive expects to receive eight of the 25 additional new aircraft it has on order between now and the end of 2019.

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