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EAG named management provider of the year again
Dubai-based Empire Aviation Group (EAG) has been named 'Aircraft Management Service Provider of the Year 2017' at the 11th annual Aviation Business Awards, held in Dubai last month.
Read this story in our November 2017 printed issue.

Dubai-based Empire Aviation Group (EAG) has been named 'Aircraft Management Service Provider of the Year 2017' at the 11th annual Aviation Business Awards, held in Dubai last month.

The accolade is presented to the company that has consistently delivered world-class aircraft management services to clients in the Middle East during the past 12 months. Nominated companies must provide evidence of exceptional performance, including examples of business innovation. EAG won the award for the third consecutive year, and is also marking its 10th anniversary in 2017.

MD Paras Dhamecha says: “It is a recognition for the entire EAG team, which is dedicated to supporting our aircraft owners with a highly personalised level of service and a quality management approach.”

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