ExecuJet are foregrounding their commitment to their African business by attending two major trade shows in the region, The Future of Trade Africa expo and BRICS Africa Export Import Forum
ExecuJet Haite Aviation Services China has received approval to be a Part 145 maintenance facility by the Civil Aviation Administration of China. The approval will see the company carry out work on Bombardier jets
ExecuJet have signed an agreement with Angkasa Pura that will see the design, construction and management of General Aviation Terminals at up to 13 Indonesian Airports
ExecuJet African, Australasian and Middle Eastern regions have been recognized for setting high standards of safety in flight operations and maintenance
ExecuJet are launching the UK's first completely complimentary pet handling service, which will allow animals to travel without quarantine and with a far easier boarding procedure
ExecuJet and RUAG announce their FBO partnership, which will see the two companies share RUAG's long established FBO on the North side of Geneva. The airport is discrete and will provide ExecuJet clients with the most discrete of atmospheres.
ExecuJet will be promoting two new aircraft at this year's INDABA tourism marketing event. The first, the SAAB 340B is a 30 seat turboprop aircraft, while the CRJ 200B is a jet with 50 passenger seats
ExecuJet will announced at EBACE their intention to expand their brand into new and emerging markets, including Lagos, Nigeria.
ExecuJet are introducing their largest ever aircraft into their managed fleet - the MD-87. The aircraft is privately owned and makes regular trips between ExecuJet's Cambridge FBO and various destinations in the Middle East
For providing the highest standards in aviation safety and efficiency, ExecuJet have received the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations certification