Patrick Hansen, CEO of Luxaviation Group, addressed an open letter to Athar Husain Khan, Secretary General of the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA).
In the letter, Patrick announces that Luxaviation Group will not participate as an exhibitor at EBACE 2019 in Geneva. He furthermore shares the explanations for this conclusion, his concerns and suggestions.
This autumn Luxaviation Group and ExecuJet are flying pink for a month to raise awareness around the world to breast and prostate cancer. We are encouraging people to support their regional charities such as Breast Cancer Now and Movember in the UK.
ExecuJet Africa’s Lanseria facility is fully equipped to implement the NextGen Avionics Upgrades that have been mandated by the FAA to be complied with by 1 January 2020.
Reliable, fast global coverage is no longer a luxury for the 21stcentury business man or woman, it is a requirement. This is a cost that has to be absorbed as an unescapable necessity, being detrimental to the success of any business person.
Autumn is a busy time of year getting back to our routines after a long and well-deserved summer break. It is also when we shift our focus to bring awareness to cancer—something that impacts all of our lives now on a global scale.