ExecuJet Aviation sales continue to grow


Another busy year for Swiss based company

ExecuJet Aviation Group
reports a continued growth in new and pre-owned aircraft sales since the
beginning of the year, and is predicting the trend will continue well into 2012.

Year on year figures show its
deliveries in 2011 have increased, with aircraft sales revenues up by 90%.
“We’ve never been busier, margins are growing and the amount of aircraft we’re
working with is expanding” says Andrew Hoy, managing director of ExecuJet
Aviation Trading.

Earlier this year, the
company sold six aircraft across five continents in less than four months, with
lead times as short as six weeks in some cases. In two specific acquisition
agreements, ExecuJet were trusted to find, refurbish and deliver aircraft
without the principal seeing the aircraft prior to delivery. “They climbed the
air stairs, turned right and smiled,” added Hoy.

ExecuJet has gained
recognition in the American market where aircraft sales have been slower than
normal. Formally invited by the North American Retail Association to join the
group ExecuJet is now the only international member, a position allowing them
to maximise access to the American aviation market.

Hoy adds: “Along with direct
clients, we are now in the position where we find other aircraft brokers
wanting to buy from us which indicates the levels of service we have achieved.
We happily share market information with other NARA members”