Tue, Apr 17, 2012
Engages William Khouri As Technical Advisor
Hourly maintenance supplier Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI) says it plans to expand its presence in the Middle East with a new office located in the Dubai Airport Freezone and adding William Khouri as the new JSSI Technical Advisor for the region.
Khouri brings an extensive 14 year technical career to JSSI that includes completions, avionics engineering, and customer support with Bombardier Aerospace, and most recently Jet Aviation in both Switzerland and in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. He is also fluent in the Arabic, French and English languages. He will be based at the new JSSI Dubai office along with Robert “Bob” Wilke, recently appointed Vice President, Business Development for Middle East and all of Asia.
“We are looking forward to having William join us in Dubai. His experience with the operators in this part of the world makes him a great addition to the JSSI technical team,” commented George Kleros, Senior Vice President, Technical Services Operations for JSSI. “We are committed to supporting our clients in this region, and William will be their primary JSSI technical service contact. We anticipate our business to continue to grow throughout the Middle East, and establishing an office here is indicative of our long term commitment for the future.”
“I am thrilled and honored to be part of the JSSI team,” commented William Khouri. “Their stellar reputation and commitment to service throughout the business aviation world is why I am here and I look forward to working with my colleagues and friends in Dubai and throughout the region.”
The new JSSI office is located near the Dubai International Airport in the Airport Freezone.
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