ExecuJet Africa is celebrating its prestigious status as operator of the first ever jet to land at St Helena Airport (HLE) in the South Atlantic Ocean.
International Exhibition Jet Expo is one of the most important annual events in the sphere of business aviation in Russia and CIS countries, which gives a unique chance to meet representatives of the industry on a single platform to discuss the future development and new contracts. From year to year the leading companies of business aviation industry from aircraft manufacturers to service companies, confirm their participation in this exhibition.
ExecuJet will be attending the Eleventh International Business Aviation Exhibition Jet Expo 2016 will be held at the Centre of Business Aviation Vnukovo- 3 from 8 to 10 September 2016.
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The Luxaviation Group recently signed a strategic partnership with Malaysian logistics company DMG Adventures to expand the business aviation market in Malaysia. Business aircraft are increasingly seen as being a critical, time-saving tool, and their popularity has been steadily rising in Malaysia as the country’s expanding commerce and trade has increased the demand for point-to-point air travel. This strategic partnership will strengthen the VIP transportation offering that is available to business and leisure travelers throughout Asia.
Forget urban sprawl and uncivilised ports of entry. Instead, imagine rolling green hills dotted with clusters of shingled village roofs . . . bursts of glittering large towns interlaced with shimmering waterways . . . all woven together by swift-moving highways and rail lines. This is what it’s like to land at Cambridge International Airport. Having Cambridge as your home base for business aviation means having the rest of the U.K. and Europe handily at your doorstep, within minutes or a few short hours, without the hassle of extracting yourself from a busy city.
Since 2010, the company has been one of the most aggressive consolidators in Europe, buying small European operators who have insufficient critical mass to compete economically. By Hansen’s estimates, there may be as many as 250 such operations remaining, but Luxaviation is highly selective whom it purchases, based on an acquisition target’s balance sheet.