ExecuJet announced the addition of a third Bombardier Challenger 605 to its managed fleet in the Middle East.
This brings the total aircraft under management in the region to fourteen, which among others includes an Embraer Lineage 1000, a Dassault Falcon 2000LXS and six other Bombardier aircraft including a Global Express XRS.
ExecuJet’s fleet in the region is managed by the Middle East team, and operations are shared between its facilities at Dubai International Airport, and the ExecuJet FBO at Al Maktoum International Airport, which is located at Dubai South. With an FBO apiece, the airports can be used in conjunction with each other by ExecuJet customers, who benefit exclusively from seamless service and preferential pricing between the two.
Mike Berry, Executive Vice President Aviation Services, Luxaviation Group says:
“The addition of this Challenger 605 to our fleet in the Middle East demonstrates our customers’ continued confidence in the Luxaviation Group for global aircraft management expertise, alongside our proven record in providing the best maintenance, handling, safety and service.
“It’s been a successful year for ExecuJet, and for both of our facilities in the region. For the second consecutive year, our Middle East team won Business Aviation Operator of the Year at the Aviation Business Awards run by Aviation Business Middle East. At Dubai International Airport, we recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of our FBO; and, with the upcoming announcement of our new facility at Al Maktoum, we look forward to welcome even more customers to Dubai.”
With the company’s acclaimed understanding of aircraft management, ExecuJet’s fleet benefits from an established global FBO network, which ensures customers receive the most competitive fuel, maintenance and service costs. Clients are also supported by ExecuJet’s MRO facilities and the highest safety standards in the industry.