ExecuJet and Angkasa Pura sign agreement


ExecuJet Aviation Group and Angkasa Pura sign a co-operation agreement for management of general aviation terminals in Indonesia

ExecuJet and Angkasa Pura signingExecuJet and Angkasa Pura 1
have announced that they have signed a memorandum of cooperation to design,
construct and manage general aviation terminals at as many as 13 of the
Indonesian Airports under the management of Angkasa Pura 1.

The agreement was signed by
ExecuJet Asia’s managing director, Graeme Duckworth and the president director
and chief executive of Angkasa Pura 1, Tommy Soetomo, at the Angkasa Pura 1
offices in Jakarta.

“The signing of this
agreement is a wonderful opportunity for ExecuJet to establish operations in Indonesia, which we view as an important and
strategic location for ExecuJet’s South East Asia
expansion”, said Duckworth. “Business and private aviation in Indonesia is
undergoing significant and exciting growth and ExecuJet is proud to be at the
forefront of providing world-class infrastructure and customer service to local
and visiting aircraft.”

“This exciting opportunity
creates a new business portfolio that will enhance our customer satisfaction
level and will cater for the increasing trend of private aircraft movements in
Indonesian airspace requiring special handling from the airports”, Soetomo said.

“To achieve this, we need an
experienced professional partner to manage the business and we believe that
ExecuJet Aviation Group is best suited to operate the proposed Private
Terminals at our 13 airports in East Indonesia.
Bali International Airport,
as the most prestigious airport of Angkasa Pura Airports, will be our first
project to provide premium services to private aircraft users. The facilities
will be designed to accommodate the demand of these customers to the highest
world-class standard” Soetomo adds.

Photograph: president director and chief executive of
Angkasa Pura 1, Tommy Soetomo (left) with ExecuJet Asia’s managing director,
Graeme Duckworth (right)