Business aviation professionals group AirClub has expanded further by signing with Dubai's Jetex for future trip planning and ground support. When making its choice the operator considered Jetex's experience in supporting global operations and its presence through a global network of ground handling and FBO locations.
“Understanding the full scope of trip planning and ground handling becomes more challenging when flying to new or hard to reach destinations,” says COO Dennis Göppel. “Working with a company like Jetex with years of experience as a worldwide trip planning and FBO provider, AirClub can resolve the most complex of ground handling and trip planning issues and concentrate all efforts on getting our passengers to where they wish to be.”
Adds Jetex president and CEO Adel Mardini: “AirClub's fleet is comprised of around a hundred aircraft and it plans to grow even further. We will bring our innovative business solutions to ensure we deliver an exceptional and authentic service.”
AirClub was formed in 2012 and is made up of seven operators in Europe and the US. Its mission statement is to 'unify, promote and elevate the worldwide business aviation community by utilising the strengths of individual members'. It is looking to have a presence on every continent. Poised to become a main global leader in business aviation, AirClub says it is on track to have that presence on all six continents with a large number of operators and aircraft worldwide.