Date
8 August 2012
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execuJet breaks records at Berlin-Schönefeld and Frankfurt FBOs

ExecuJet Europe is celebrating a bumper month after selling 440,000 litres of fuel at the company’s fixed-based operation (FBO) at Berlin-Schönefeld Airport, breaking the company’s previous record for this location.Nicole Gut, Director European FBOs, says: “We’ve had a very successful month of July at our Berlin FBO, with record fuel uplift. ExecuJet is the only FBO operator based on the general aviation ramp with its own fuel trucks, which affords valuable time-saving benefits to customers. Despite the delayed opening of Berlin Brandenburg International Airport, we are fully operational and experiencing high levels of air traffic.”

As a further achievement, for the second consecutive year ExecuJet’s Berlin FBO has been awarded the Shell Gold Award for Safety and Quality, in recognition of the company’s high level of service. The company previously won the Shell Bronze Award in 2009, the Shell Silver Award in 2010 and the Shell Gold Award for the first time in 2011.

ExecuJet is the only full-service FBO at Berlin-Schönefeld Airport, which will become part of Berlin Brandenburg International Airport when the facility is scheduled to open in March 2013.

The FBO offers services including a VIP passenger lounge and conference room, a crew lounge and briefing room, water services, catering, limousines, towing and fuel supply, as well as landing permits. ExecuJet Europe is also the official operator of the airport’s General Aviation Terminal (GAT), responsible for the handling of all business aviation movements.

ExecuJet has also enjoyed a record month at the company’s FBO at Frankfurt am Main International Airport with a total fuel uplift of almost 150,000 litres last month – breaking June’s sales of 125,000 litres of fuel.

Marc Cornelius

Managing Director & Founder

Marc has over 20 years’ international PR experience gained at leading agencies and in-house. He has specialised in aviation and travel for a decade, devising and overseeing successful international PR programmes and building 80:20 Communications into an acclaimed sector specialist.

Article Author Marc Cornelius