ExecuJet is expanding its presence in Sydney, Australia, with the acquisition of an FBO to complement its existing maintenance, flight operations and administration facility.
Nigerian-American writer Teju Cole once wrote that “the energies of Lagos life – creative, malevolent, ambiguous – converge at the bus stops”. As an economic mainstay of the African continent, Lagos, Nigeria embodies the energy, dynamism and youth that characterise the seventh most populous country in the world. It is a decidedly urban landscape bordered to the south by relaxing beach resorts on the Gulf of Guinea and sprawling neighbourhoods to the north. It is no wonder that the places and spaces where business, creativity and relationships are forged is concentrated amongst the cityscape and its people.
Spain is many things to many people. For some, it is the promise of warm sunshine, savoury tapas and lively nightlife. For others, it is the cultivation of business relationships in a culturally rich region. Somewhere in the middle are those who seek world-class sporting events and a multitude of conferences rounded out by art, world-leading cuisine and natural beauty. Whatever your clients need from your visit to Spain, they are sure to find it in the “Land of the Setting Sun”.
While much of the Northern Hemisphere is ensconced in short, cold days and long, frosty nights during the winter, the ExecuJet FBO in St. Maarten basks in perennial warmth and perpetual sunshine, punctuated by short periods of island rain.
At the 47th Davos World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting, the global political elite, economic heavyweights, and public personalities-turned-spokespeople-for-world-causes gather. From 17-20 January, 2017 – as these economic pundits, pioneers, and pacesetters mingle, meet and debate – ExecuJet will be equally busy helping Forum attendees get where they need to be.
Have a spare afternoon after a morning meeting in one of the world’s top financial centres? Or thinking of spending the weekend in the city ranked second in the world (according to Mercer’s rankings) for quality of living? Then practice your Swiss-German dialect and hit the streets of Zurich. Say “Grüezi” as you enter a bakery and order “Chäs-Chüechli” (savoury cake made with cheese) with coffee and prepare for an invigorating and immersive experience getting to know the largest city in Switzerland.