ExecuJet to Boost Charter Operations

DUBAI — The Dubai-based ExecuJet Middle East, which manages fleet of over 20 business aircraft, said on Saturday that it would boost charter operation buoyed by signs of an upturn in business aviation.



Published: Sun 15 Nov 2009, 11:03 PM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 8:24 AM

“We are starting to see the first early signs of an upturn after what has been an unprecedented fall off in business aircraft flying in this region as a result of the global economic crisis, which has impacted tourism and progress on various regional development projects,” said Managing Director Mike Berry.

The company, which is celebrating 10 years of operations in the region at the forthcoming Dubai Airshow, hoped the show would be a terrific boost for the region. “We will maximise our presence to network and take the opportunity to promote our full aviation services,” he said.

This year, the company added two privately run aircraft to its managed fleet, including a Global XRS and Challenger 605.

In ten years, ExecuJet Middle East has progressively expanded its capabilities in

As part of its 10 year Middle East celebration, the company is offering a 10 per cent discount on all scheduled maintenance labour booked or carried out between 1st November 2009 and 1st February 2010. The organisation is a Bombardier Authorised Service Facility, which specialises in the maintenance of Bombardier Learjet Series, Challenger Series and Global Express. It is also licensed on the Gulfstream G150 and G200 as an Authorised Service Facility and holds Part 145 Maintenance Approvals from 13 different national aviation authorities

ExecuJet Middle East currently employs more than 195 staff and runs a state of the art maintenance and Fixed Based Operation at Dubai International Airport. The ExecuJet Aviation Group manages 150 business jets worldwide under the most stringent safety standards.

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