Strategic partnership formed to expand Malaysian business aviation market


A strategic partnership deal has been signed between two of Malaysia’s largest transport companies, Luxaviation Group and DMG Adventures, to expand business aviation in the country

Representatives from Luxaviation Group, the second biggest corporate aircraft operator in the world, and DMG Adventures, Malaysia’s top transport and logistics company, came together at the end of July at the Skypark FBO VIP Lounge in Subang Airport near Kuala Lumpur for a signing ceremony to make the agreement official.

Malaysia’s deputy of transport minister, YB Datuk Abdul Aziz Kaprawi, was also in attendance.

YH Dato’ Muhammed Ghazali Mohd Hussain, chairman of DMG, said, “Luxaviation’s aircraft charter business and aircraft management services will work perfectly with our first-class ground transportation. We will be working closely with Luxaviation to accommodate an increasing number of charter flights, particularly from ASEAN member countries.”

Tom Künsch, managing director of Luxaviation Asia, added, “Malaysia is an ever-developing market which continues to attract new business opportunities, and as one of the largest trading nations, our strategic partnership has potential to generate substantial business activation activities for years to come.”

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