ExecuJet Africa, the continent’s leading business aviation company, is once again showcasing its full suite of business aviation services at the Africa Aerospace & Defence (AAD) show taking place from 19-23 September 2012 at the Waterkloof Airforce Base.
ExecuJet Africa is hosting clients at chalet No.6 where the company will be highlighting its expertise in aircraft sales, aircraft management, charter, maintenance, flight and ground operations support through flight planning and FBO services. ExecuJet has been exhibiting at the Africa Aerospace & Defence exhibition since 1996.
“ExecuJet is proud to partake in this event once again,” said Ettore Poggi, Managing Director of ExecuJet Africa. “We see this event as an opportunity to profile our full range of aviation services and to promote safe and efficient aircraft operations meeting world class standards. We make a significant investment in this event to ensure that our clients and potential clients benefit from a forum where they can meet all members of our team.”
In line with the company’s current expansion into Africa with the newest facility opening in Lagos, the show provides an opportunity for ExecuJet Africa to promote a range of business jets that can offer solutions to the broader African market.
New aircraft joining the fleet
ExecuJet Africa will be promoting a new aircraft, which has recently joined the company’s charter fleet: a fully refurbished Falcon 900EX, which has long range capabilities providing a travel solution particularly to clients travelling into West Africa, the Middle East and India. As a three-engine aeroplane its key advantage lies in its ability to cross oceans without route limitations. The aircraft is ideally suited for governments, large mining groups and business clientele.
ExecuJet‘s charter fleet represents the latest in technology, complies with all regulatory requirements and offers the very best in on-board amenities and luxuries, reflecting the company’s uncompromising commitment to safety and comfort. ExecuJet is solutions driven when it comes to charter requirements.