Rizon Jet Witness a Three Hundred Percent Increase in Movement and Passenger Traffic At its London's Biggin Hill Airport Terminal
Tuesday, 26 June 2012
Doha, Qatar, Rizon Jet, announced movement and passenger traffic increased three hundred percent at its VIP terminal at London’s Biggin Hill airport since it was launched a year ago. This is mainly attributed to the demand from the Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics 2012.

Allan McGreal Rizon Jet’s director, FBO UK said, “ Six months into our second year, movements and passenger numbers at our London base are up by almost 300% compared to last year, engineering is also experiencing a reassuring increase in maintenance business particularly for Bombardier & Hawker aircraft for which we have line & base approval across most of the range of both types.

“Despite the back drop of a gloomy economy, and a general flat trend in the business aviation market, Rizon Jet UK really is bucking the trend and delivering month on month growth. Feedback shows we are consistently rated excellent across all segments of the business drawing comments particularly for client service and value for money, and whilst confident we’ll be able to convert many new customers into loyal ones, we’re not complacent and work hard to meet and exceed their expectations and always seek long lasting and rewarding relationships with our clients.”

Captain Hassan Al-Mousawi Rizon Jet’s chief executive officer added, “Our growth is down to our commitment to a holistic and customer-centric approach to business aviation, providing world-class private travel solutions and business aircraft services to today’s time- pressed traveller. Our mission is to meet increasing demand for corporate aircraft charter and expand our services with aircraft maintenance services, aircraft trading and management. In fact, we offer all the services expected of a turnkey business jet operation and that’s what sets us apart and is attracting attention.”