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ExecuJet merges charter sales teams to optimise its services to the Middle East region
ExecuJet Middle East and ExecuJet Europe are merging charter sales teams as the company continues to expand its global fleet.

ExecuJet Middle East and ExecuJet Europe are merging charter sales teams as the company continues to expand its global fleet.

Paul van der Blom, aircraft management and business development director ExecuJet Middle East, reports that the regional market is picking up and that expansion of services from Qatar is proceeding smoothly.

He adds: "The sales teams are being merged in a drive to create further coordination and higher optimisation of the charter services offered through a dedicated team of more than 10 charter professionals. Both regions will be working on a common IT platform to further harmonise their services which will enable the team to sell flights for the entire fleet to all charter clients."

ExecuJet Middle East has signed a partnership agreement with Al Faisal Holding bringing into being a new business aviation company in Doha named ExecuJet Qatar. The new company has been established to secure an AOC and provide aircraft management and charter services to clients in Qatar.

Van der Blom says: "Going forward staff numbers are expected to grow proportionately to the number of aircraft under the management of the company."

ExecuJet Middle East md Mike Berry says: "ExecuJet's business in the region has been growing steadily for many years, what we have seen is further potential with the region and have always expressed our plans to expand our geographic footprint further within the Middle East. The opportunity for this partnership has come at the ideal time and we look forward to our future in Qatar."

Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani confirms: "Top quality aviation services are in high demand in Qatar in particular and in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries as a whole."

ExecuJet Middle East has been operating in Dubai for over 11 years providing charter, aircraft management, maintenance, aircraft sales and FBO services. "With land at Dubai World Central already secured and the recent addition of a new hangar at the ExecuJet Dubai facility, the new entity in Qatar is the perfect complement to the company network," Berry says.