ExecuJet is expanding its managed fleet in the Middle East with the addition of three large-cabin business jets over the past three months, with a further two scheduled through to the end of the December, growth of over 20%.
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, says: “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 time-consuming management responsibilities involved in aircraft operations. ExecuJet has its own MRO facilities as well as agreements with third-party maintenance centres around the world to ensure fast and efficient support.