ExecuJet grows managed fleet by over 20% in the Middle East

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ExecuJet is expanding its managed fleet in the Middle East by 20% by the end of this year, with three large-cabin business jets added to the fleet in the past three months and a further two scheduled through to the end of December.

The new additions include a Bombardier Global 5000, a Dassault Falcon 2000, a Gulfstream G450 and two Bombardier Global 5000 Vision aircraft.

Mike Berry, ExecuJet’s vice president Middle East, said, “As we continue to receive positive feedback and referrals from our customers globally, we are experiencing very high interest in ExecuJet’s aircraft management offering in the Middle East. Adding these state-of-the-art aircraft to our managed fleet follows the general trend in the region towards ultra-long-range Global and Gulfstream aircraft and we are delighted to be expanding at such a pace. This success is testament to our high levels of customer service, safety and quality.”

ExecuJet’s aircraft management services allow all the benefits of aircraft ownership, with none of the management responsibilities involved in aircraft operations. The company has its own MRO facilities as well as agreements with third-party maintenance centers around the world to ensure fast and efficient support.

September 29, 2015

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