The San Marino AOC has been operational since 2 January 2018, and will operate under San Marino Civil Aviation Rules and the Luxaviation Group’s safety regulations.
In line with ExecuJet's worldwide expansion plans, ExecuJet is pleased to announce the expansion of its Mexico-based services, offering a full portfolio for aircraft management and charter services in Latin America and the Caribbean. Following ExecuJet's International reputation for quality, safety and service ExecuJet Mexico will offer a truly bespoke charter service to the clients in Latin America and the Caribbean.
ExecuJet has a full portfolio of Charter Aircraft available in the region. As of 1st of January ExecuJet Mexico have secured 2 new aircraft under an exclusive Charter Management agreement and are pleased to advise potential clients that the Global Express and Falcon 900B are available for short and long term assignments. These aircraft join three PC12´s that ExecuJet Mexico have already available for charter in the region. Furthermore 4 PC12 aircraft have joined the fleet to compliment a 7X, CL300 and a DA2000 under management by ExecuJet. The expansion means that ExecuJet will have Management Operations at two Mexican Airports (Del Norte and Mariano Escobedo International - Monterrey).
"ExecuJet has been established in Monterrey, Mexico for a number of years looking after one principle client, but now we feel the time is right to expand our profile and business in this region" says Gerrit Basson, Managing Director ExecuJet Aviation Group.
The Mexican base will continue under the management of Managing Director Adrian Zambrano, who has been in charge of the business in Mexico since 2002 and has overseen its growth and success since then. Under Zambrano's supervision ExecuJet Mexico is expanding to become one of the largest business aviation operations in Mexico. "Despite the global economic downturn, Mexico still presents some great opportunities to the World of General Aviation. ExecuJet´s reputation for quality, professionalism and value mean we are well placed to move the business to a new level." Zambrano says. "Presently, we are focusing on further expansion for our Aircraft Management and Charter Services."
Operations Director for Mexico is newly appointed Mark Hardman, who brings 22 years of aviation experience and was previously employed by Bombardier Skyjet International in London. Mr. Guillermo Prieto has been appointed Sales Director for Mexico and Central America. Guillermo has a broad background in aviation and has acted as a sales agent in Mexico representing various manufacturers for over 20 years.
The ExecuJet Aviation Group
The ExecuJet Aviation Group is a leading global business aviation organisation offering a diverse range of services including pre-owned and new aircraft sales, aircraft management, aircraft charter, aircraft maintenance, aircraft completions management and fixed base operations. Headquartered in Zürich, Switzerland, the ExecuJet Aviation Group has operations in five regions - Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, Middle East and South Africa, embracing a workforce of over 750 experienced staff.
The ExecuJet Aviation Group manages a staggering 150 business jets worldwide under the most stringent safety standards. Its commercial fleet is operated under the regulatory umbrella of eight regional civil aviation issued air operating certificates (AOCs).
The ExecuJet Aviation Group is a sales representative and dealer across four continents for Bombardier Business Aircraft's family of Learjet, Challenger and Global Express business jets. They are an exclusive agent outside North America for the sale of the 8 to 12-passenger Aerion Supersonic Business Jet.
The ExecuJet Aviation Group unveiled its new jet ownership program SimplyFly, tailored for high net worth individuals and corporations, earlier this year. SimplyFly is a one-stop shop service incorporating aircraft acquisition, management, maintenance and operations. The program offers whole aircraft availability at predictable costs, with a dedicated crew, the option to earn charter revenue and the ability to take the aircraft over completely at the end of its lease term.