• Friday, July 12, 2024
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ExecuJet increases managed fleet in Africa

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ExecuJet Aviation Group is expanding the company’s managed fleet in Africa with the addition of a Falcon 900B, Hawker 800 and Bombardier Challenger 604.

The newly refurbished Falcon 900B will be based in Luanda, Angola, a first for ExecuJet, while the other two aircraft will be located at Lanseria International Airport, Johannesburg. The Hawker 800 and Bombardier Challenger 604 aircraft will both be available for charter.

Gavin Kiggen, director, flight operations for Africa, ExecuJet Aviation Group, says: “We are pleased to be increasing our fleet in Africa and expanding our aircraft management services across the continent. We expect the Challenger 604 to be extremely popular, as the aircraft is capable of non-stop flights to a variety of destinations in Africa. The Hawker 800 will provide our customers a charter aircraft for non-stop flights to most sub-Saharan destinations.”

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’s African flight operations are accredited by IS-BAO which reflects their commitment to operator’s best practices. ExecuJet has its own MRO facilities as well as agreements with third-party maintenance centres around the world to ensure fast and efficient support.

The ExecuJet Aviation Group is a leading global business aviation organisation offering a diverse range of services including aircraft management for private and commercial registered aircraft, aircraft charter, aircraft maintenance, aircraft completions management and fixed base operations. Headquartered in Zürich, Switzerland, ExecuJet has operations in six regions – Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East, embracing a workforce of over 900 experienced staff.

The ExecuJet Aviation Group manages 165 business jets worldwide under the most stringent safety standards. Its commercial fleet is operated under the regulatory umbrella of seven regional civil aviation issued air operating certificates (AOCs). ExecuJet has many authorised maintenance facilities throughout four regions, certified to work on most business jets. The ExecuJet Aviation Group operates 18 world-class FBO facilities worldwide.