ExecuJet presents services at South African show
ExecuJet is presenting its full range of services at the annual Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) show in South Africa.
Ettore Poggi, vice president of ExecuJet, Africa and director of ExecuJet Maintenance, says: “We are proud to be associated with AAD. Over the years it has proven a particularly effective platform for showcasing our unique services and provides both clients and employees with an opportunity to sound out opportunities and foster new and existing relationships.”
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ExecuJet has expanded its footprint and is now able to transport clients to just about every destination across the African continent – and beyond. With Africa’s growing economy and exploration into various resource sectors, the ability to do so has become more important than ever, says Poggi.
The company has expanded its Bombardier support to its Cape Town International Airport facilities due to growing local demand.
ExecuJet has recently added to its existing fleet a King Air turboprop and Legacy 600 business jet. The company’s new aircraft, improved reach and capability are welcome additions to the charter fleet.
ExecuJet achieved an Argus International’s Platinum Rating which is awarded to those operators who have successfully implemented industry best safety practices. ExecuJet is the only operator to have received the Platinum Rating as a charter operator on the African continent.