Wed, Mar 16, 2011
One Gulfstream, One Falcon Join The Ranks
ExecuJet Middle East continues to grow and diversify its fleet
with two additional large cabin aircraft added this month. The
charter company has purchased a Gulfstream G450, manufactured in
2008 and a 2005 Falcon 900DX EASy based in Dubai. Both
aircraft are registered on ExecuJet's United Arab Emirates AOC and
will be available for charter.
ExecuJet Falcon 900DX
ExecuJet's managed aircraft fleet in the Middle East has
continued to increase over recent months with a new Challenger 605
delivered in December last year. Further additions are
expected over the coming months. "We have seen a noticeable
increase in managed aircraft joining the ExecuJet fleet over the
last year" stated Paul van der Blom, Business Development Director
Middle East. "We supply an integrated service package comprising
management, charter, handling, dispatch, maintenance management and
in some cases also maintenance and hangarage, through an
experienced team of professionals, thereby offering great value to
the aircraft owner."
At the end of last year ExecuJet Middle East and Europe
announced that they had combined their charter businesses to
provide their customers with full access to both charter fleets.
The inauguration included the implementation of a combined charter
booking system which allows both teams to quote and book charter
flights on any aircraft within the two fleets. "Combining the two
charter fleets has enabled us to improve the service that we
provide to our clients locally, with instant access to aircraft in
both regions" stated Helle Brodsgaard, Marketing & Charter
Sales Manager Middle East. "With clients frequently flying between
the two regions we felt that this allowed them to have greater
choice and flexibility."
ExecuJet currently manages over 150 managed aircraft worldwide
and signed its first aircraft in Malaysia last month.
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