Gulfstream appoints Air Alliance and Inkwazi Jet Centre


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Gulfstream appoints two new sales representatives, Air Alliance and Inkwazi Jet Centre.
Gulfstream G650 flying

Gulfstream G650 flying.

Gulfstream Aerospace has added to its list of sales and marketing representatives in Europe and Africa by appointing Air Alliance and Inkwazi Jet Centre.

Air Alliance will be responsible for supporting new aircraft sales in Germany, while Inkwazi Jet Centre will support aircraft sales in South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Angola, Zambia, Mozambique, Lesotho and Swaziland.

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Scott Neal, senior vice president, worldwide sales and marketing, at Gulfstream said: “These additional resources position us for growth opportunities in these regions. Europe has traditionally been a strong market for us; the expertise and extensive knowledge of Air Alliance will further strengthen the services we provide current and potential customers.

“We continue to enhance our presence in Africa, and the addition of Inkwazi to our sales force gives customers in that region even more convenient access to Gulfstream resources.”

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Air Alliance, owned by Wolfgang Krombach, is a full-service provider for general and business aviation, including aircraft repair, maintenance and sales. The company will work closely with Gulfstream’s Wolfgang Schneider, regional vice president, central Germany, Poland and the Baltic States.

Inkwazi, is a newly formed company, will collaborate on new jet sales with Gulfstream’s Pete Buresh, regional vice president, Africa.

The two new sales representatives are overseen by Trevor Esling, Gulfstream regional senior vice president, International Sales for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.