Schwegmann joins JetBrokers Europe


Patrick Schwegmann to head German operations

Paul SchwegmannJetBrokers Europe have announced
the appointment of Patrick Schwegmann as head of their operations in Germany.

Schwegmann has considerable
experience in the business aviation sector having most recently been working
with RAS as Sales Director for Hondajet.

Schwegmann said “Being
offered the chance to work with the JetBrokers Europe team, as well as the JetBrokers
Inc team in the US,
is very exciting. They have made phenomenal progress over the past 2 years and
are well placed to continue their growth as the market stabilises and hopefully
starts to grow once again. I like their professionalism and focus on integrity,
which I know will be an important factor in my core markets.”

Tim Barber, managing
director of JetBrokers Europe added “Patrick brings some useful experience to
the team and I am confident that over the coming months he will be able to make
an impact in the German market, and hopefully beyond. I’m delighted to see that
he has hit the ground running.”

Following on from the
incredibly successful Aviation Supper Club in the UK,
which was founded by Brendan Lodge the business development director of
JetBrokers Europe, Schwegmann is looking to emulate this success with a similar
event in Germany
and already has sufficient interest to get the event off the ground.

Brendan Lodge commenting on
the initiative said “The Aviation supper Club was born from a fairly humble
start of just 30 industry professionals getting together for a networking meal.
The most recent event had over 160 people along with a sizeable waiting list
and was a phenomenal success. As the newly elected Chairman of CEPA, I have
been asked to run a Supper Club event at the next CEPA Conference and I certainly
hope that we’ll be able to emulate the success that we have seen in the UK. It would be
great to see Patrick getting something similar off the ground in Germany.” He
added. “The key to the success of the Aviation Supper Club is that it is not
owned or sponsored by any single business or industry organisation and it’s
important that it is seen in this way within any new market.”