XJet and Faithful+Gould said it has announced the global expansion of XJet´s current hubs in Denver and London as well as the creation of new hubs in Dubai, Dammam and Paris.
XJet hubs will span airports including, Stansted, Dubai World Central, King Fahd International, Le Bourget and KAPA Centennial airports. The luxury private aviation company relocated its headquarters to Dubai, signing a 10-year lease with Dubai World Central (DWC). Construction of the hub´s 8,600-square-foot executive terminal building is now complete, interior fit-out underway, and opening planned in April 2016.
Faithful+Gould will provide XJet with program, construction and project management, cost scheduling and real estate services for the Denver, Dubai and Dammam projects.
Programming efforts are in progress for XJet´s executive terminal and hangarage at King Fahd International Airport (KFIA) in Dammam, which will be the first regional location to house private aircraft. KFIA is the third busiest airport in Saudi Arabia and shows the steadiest growth in private and business aviation. XJet´s hub and Stansted´s Diamond Hangar–one of the largest private hangars in Europe–continues to grow, with renovations in progress to create a new clubhouse and VIP lounges. The second XJet European hub will be located in Le Bourget, Paris, at a new-build facility.
Designed from the ground up for the private jet owner, XJet´s revolutionary business model provides the world´s most comprehensive lifestyle solutions, including the finest facilities in the industry and an unparalleled level of service. The company has locations in North America, Europe and the Middle East.
Faithful+Gould is a world-leading integrated project and program management consultancy. Headquartered in New York, Faithful+Gould has approximately 600 experts in offices across the Americas.