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ExecuJet strengthens aircraft management presence in Southeast Asia
ExecuJet Aviation Group is making a senior appointment in its Singapore office to spearhead the growth of the company’s aircraft management business in Asia.
Richard Porter is taking up the newly created position of Business Development and Key Account Manager. His responsibilities include continuing the expansion of ExecuJet’s aircraft management business, increasing the company’s client base and overseeing operational and service standards for all aircraft under management in the Asia region.
Porter brings to his new role more than 23 years’ experience in business aviation, most recently as Key Account Manager for Flight Operations with ExecuJet in Australia. He first joined ExecuJet in 2005 in the United Kingdom and has held various operational responsibilities within the Group. Earlier in his career, Porter worked in operational and engineering roles for companies including Shell, Raytheon and Hawker Pacific in locations including Holland and Saudi Arabia.
Darren McGoldrick, Vice President Australasia, ExecuJet Aviation Group, says: “In the past year alone, ExecuJet’s managed fleet in the Asia Pacific region has grown by 10 aircraft to a total of 18, and we are experiencing a steady increase in enquiries. ExecuJet has ambitious growth plans in Asia, where our reputation for excellence, worldwide service consistency and award-winning operational expertise offer an attractive choice for clients. With his wealth of business aviation experience and best practice expertise, Richard Porter will ensure clients receive the best advice when selecting an aircraft and tailoring an operations package to their needs.
“Richard’s appointment offers clients a single point of contact for all their ownership needs, from aircraft sourcing and price negotiation, to entry-into-service and ongoing operations. He will provide clients with access to the full resources and infrastructure of the ExecuJet group, spanning aircraft management, charter operations, airworthiness and completions management, bringing our concept of Total Aircraft Services to the Asia region.”
In addition to establishing the business development team, the company will also take space in the new office tower at Seletar Airport which is expected to be completed by early 2016.
Posted on Apr 13, 2015
|Tags: Press Release, ABACE, Singapore