ExecuJet Europe opens its first Spanish FBO in Valencia
Thursday 17, February 2011
ExecuJet Europe has furthered its focus for FBO (Fixed Base Operation) expansion today by opening their fourth European FBO in the Spanish city of Valencia.
The entity has derived from an agreement with Spanish FBO chain, Assistair, to buy the assets of the FBO in Valencia and retain the services and staff at the facility. Assistair has over 22 years of experience in business aviation and offers a personalised and professional service which will be taken over by ExecuJet in Valencia.
This will be ExecuJet’s seventh FBO worldwide and adds to the company’s extensive international portfolio of FBOs that currently includes Zurich, Berlin, Johannesburg, Cape Town, Dubai and the most recently opened Paris Le Bourget.
ExecuJet’s new FBO is suitably positioned in the General Aviation Terminal at Valencia airport, which has convenient access to the runway. For passengers, the VIP lounge offers internet access, refreshments and a comfortable modern interior to relax in before boarding. For the crew there is a briefing area with internet access. ExecuJet will also provide support services including fuel, weather provision, permit handling, flight planning and operations support, making the Valencia experience for crew as pleasant as possible. “With the airport open 24 hours, Valencia promises to be one of ExecuJet’s most exciting development projects and we look forward to growing the business there in future,” stated Cedric Migeon, Managing Director ExecuJet Europe.
The facility will be run under the management of Nicole Gut, ExecuJet European FBO Director, to ensure ExecuJet’s high standards of service are provided to both new and existing clients in Valencia. “ExecuJet is renowed not only in Europe but worldwide for our high quality service and the new FBO will be no exception” stated Ms Gut. “The employees at the facility have vast experience in catering for high profile events and are renowned for their impeccable customer service, the facility will be a very welcome edition to our existing FBO network.”
ExecuJet opened its third European FBO at Paris Le Bourget last October in partnership with Advanced Air Support.
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