ExecuJet will move to new Bali facility

Terry Spruce

ExecuJet Indonesia prepares to move to new facility at Bali International Airport.
ExecuJet Team Bali
ExecuJet Team Bali.

PT ExecuJet Indonesia, a joint venture between ExecuJet Aviation Group and majority owner PT Dimitri Utama Abadi, is preparing to move from the temporary general aviation  terminal at Bali International Airport to a brand new private jet facility in the next two months.

ExecuJet is currently operating from a temporary terminal until the new general aviation terminal is completed. A purpose-built apron has been constructed adjacent to the new terminal. The apron is designed to handle all general aviation and business aircraft up to narrowbody airliners.

Gary Forster has been appointed the company’s FBO manager in Bali. Foster was most recently ExecuJet FBO manager in Riyadh.

Forster said: “I am very pleased to be joining the ExecuJet team in Bali and we are delighted with the progress so far. There has been strong demand at the temporary terminal since operations began in October 2013.

“We are providing a much-needed service for private jet operators in south-east Asia. We will continue to provide the same high level of customer service found at our FBOs across the world.”

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