Elit’Avia plans to make EBACE debut
Elit’Avia of Slovenia will be exhibiting at EBACE in Geneva for the first time from May 21 – 23.
Elit’Avia is a fully-integrated business aircraft charter, management and operation service provider. The company has been selected for inclusion in Bombardier’s static display and will display the following aircraft for public showing: a Bombardier Challenger 605 and a Bombardier Challenger 300.
Elit’Avia operates a large charter fleet of Bombardier long range aircraft, including a Bombardier Global 6000, Bombardier Global XRS’, Bombardier Challenger 605s and Bombardier Challenger 300s. Recent inductions include three Bombardier Global 6000s and a Bombardier Global XRS, delivered directly from the manufacturer in the last year.
The company recently opened a US sales office in Atlanta, this has greatly facilitated the provision of charter and other services to US-based clients, and has further advanced aircraft sales.
“This has been a good year for Elit’Avia and we are pleased to be attending EBACE for the first time,” says Michel Coulomb, president, Elit’Avia. “We now operate one of the world’s largest Bombardier Global 6000 fleets. Being based in the heart of Europe provides a unique perspective and facilitates access to markets from Western Europe, to Russia, to Africa – with one of Europe’s most modern Bombardier long range fleets. Additionally, our experienced, multicultural and multilingual team has worked hard to serve these markets with tailor-made solutions, maximum professionalism and attention to detail.”
Coulomb continued “Our clients are often relatively new to business aviation, but have the sophisticated requirements and preferences associated with ownership and operation of modern long range aircraft.”
“They appreciate our proven ability to seamlessly manage all stages of completions management at the factory, turn-key aircraft management and charter. Attracting clients from Europe and internationally, EBACE is a perfect opportunity to present our services and new aircraft to the business aviation community,” Coulomb concluded.