Fly in Style: Luxurious BOEING 737-500 refurbishment by KlasJet
KlasJet, a European private and business charter carrier is continuing on improving their customer experience. The company is a part of Avia Solutions Group widely known as a provider of the comprehensive aviation services. The Group integrates MRO services & supply chain, pilot & crew training, aviation staff leasing, ground handling & aircraft fueling, aircraft management, business charter, as well as airport management service providers. KlasJet has been in the refurbishment works of one of the newest additions to its fleet - BOEING 737-500 (LY-JMS).
"The new configuration of LY-JMS will let us offer our services for a new type of customers from different markets," said Rita Domkute, CEO of KlasJet. "I am sure, that the refined LY-JMS design will be valued by our clients. This year we‘ve already expanded our fleet and we‘re not ready to stop. We are planning on soon releasing another exclusively designed business class aircraft."
The upgraded 56-seat BOEING 737-500 (LY-JMS) has a classic design with black and cream dominating colors and quality materials creating a luxury feel. The new interior was designed to ensure the best customer experience and fit the needs of every passenger.
On Sunday the BOEING 737-500 made its first flight from Vilnius to Tel Aviv after the refurbishment.
The LY-JMS is one of the seven aircraft of KlasJet fleet. The company offers a variety of services and is oriented to special customer segments and groups such as sports clubs, show business, diplomatic flights, VIP flights, VIP tours, M.I.C.E. In early 2019, together with Captain’s Choice, KlasJet offered a VIP sightseeing tour around Africa - from Cairo to Johannesburg.
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