ExecuJet Malaysia signs first aircraft under management
Friday 11, February 2011
ExecuJet Malaysia has signed its first aircraft under management since announcing its joint venture with D’Nest Aviation in September last year.
The aircraft, a Gulfstream GIV SP, will be based out of Subang International Airport in Kuala Lumpur, home to the ExecuJet and D’Nest offices and MRO facility. The aircraft is privately registered and was sold and signed to ExecuJet for full management in January this year.
It is ExecuJet’s second aircraft under management in the Asia region with a Gulfstream G5 currently under management in Singapore, and managed in Sydney by ExecuJet Australia. ExecuJet currently manages 150 aircraft worldwide from its six regional bases in Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.
ExecuJet Malaysia has a part 145 maintenance rating and was recently appointed by Bombardier as a line/ AOG authorised service centre. Graeme Duckworth, Managing director ExecuJet Asia commented, “Business Aviation in the region is greatly on the increase and with our worldwide reputation as a respected and trusted full service provide we are finding that our presence in the region is also increasing. Our extended maintenance capabilities also allow us to service more aircraft in the region and we expect that this number will continue to rise.”
ExecuJet currently has four locations in Asia in Singapore, KL, Beijing and Tianjin.
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