ExecuJet Middle East (EJO, Dubai World Central) has received a Bombardier Challenger 650 from Dubai-based Jet Aviation Business Jets, according to ch-aviation research. M-HEAD (msn 6118) quietly transferred over to its new operator in early April 2024. ExecuJet is managing the aircraft on behalf of its owner, Six Steps International Ltd.

ExecuJet Middle East is part of the Luxaviation Group and has FBOs at Dubai International and Dubai World Central. According to ch-aviation fleets data, in addition to its new Challenger 650, the operator has 11 other aircraft under its control, including a Dassault Aviation Falcon 2000LXS, a Falcon 8X, three Bombardier Global 5000s, three Global 6000s, two 7500s, and one Embraer Lineage 1000.

Jet Aviation is owned by General Dynamics. Like ExecuJet, it has FBOs at Dubai International and Dubai World Central, as well as a maintenance facility at Rabi Island. The Dubai operation now looks after ten aircraft, including three Challenger 650ERs, one Gulfstream G500, one G600, one Bombardier Global 5000, three Global 6000s, and a single Global 7000. The Challenger 650 that went to ExecuJet was Jet Aviation's only example of the type.