ExecuJet ‘best business aviation operator’
Dubai, November 24, 2011
ExecuJet Middle East was awarded the Aviation Business Award 2011 for best business aviation operator in the region, at a ceremony which took place recently in Dubai.
“The Aviation Business Awards recognise those regional and international companies that stand out from an exalted crowd. The nominees once again included a combination of regional and international players that have gone above and beyond in terms of their industry contribution,” said Walid Akawi, CEO of ITP Publishing Group.
The award ceremony included 15 categories in total, covering the airline, airport and cargo sectors, along with supporting niches, a statement from the company said.
The title “Best Business Aviation Operator of the Year” has been awarded to the company that has consistently delivered world-class services within the Middle East business aviation sector during the past 12 months. Nominees in this category included Al Jaber Aviation, Qatar Executive and Royal Jet.
“We are very proud that the excellent service we offer at ExecuJet has been recognised as “Best Business Aviation Operator of the Year” said Quintin Cairncross, group operations director who accepted the trophy on behalf of ExecuJet.
“The category is a highly competitive one that includes some of the most impressive players in this segment of the Middle East Aviation industry - many of which are much bigger companies than ExecuJet,” he said.
The Aviation Business Award marks the second recognition for ExecuJet Middle East this year, the statement said.
The company’s maintenance division was awarded with the Bombardier Authorised Service Facility (ASF) Excellence Award earlier this year, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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