ExecuJet Dubai receives excellence award


ExecuJet Dubai has been awarded a Bombardier authorised service facility excellence award. This is the second year running that the Dubi facility has won this award.

ExecuJet Dubai awardExecuJet Middle East is celebrating after the Dubai MRO won the Bombardier authorised service facility (ASF) excellence award for the second year in a row. The ASF excellence awards are split into five categories: Overall, North America, Europe and International authorised service facilities along with a best line maintenance facility.

“ExecuJet Middle East is delighted to win the International category for the second year running. This accolade is further testament to the high level of service we provide at our Dubai MRO,” says Nick Weber, maintenance director, ExecuJet Middle East.

ExecuJet Dubai FBO has handled 560 movements this month at the facility – breaking the company’s previous record at the location. ExecuJet recently introduced full ground handling services at the Dubai FBO and expanded the facility by taking over the largest dedicated business aviation terminal in the Middle East, previously managed by Executive Flight Service (EFS), to cope with increasing demand.

The company will be exhibiting at this year’s Middle East Business Aviation Exhibition (MEBA) from 11 to 13 December 2012 at the new Dubai World Central Airport.

Photograph (left to right) Éric Martel. president Bombardier Customer Services, Nick Weber, maintenance director ExecuJet Middle East, Graeme Duckworth, maintenance director ExecuJet Aviation Group, Stan Younger, VP Aircraft Service Centres Bombardier Aerospace and Chris Milligan, director, Authorised Service Facilities, Bombardier Customer Services

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