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ExecuJet is a triple finalist in SACAA Awards
ExecuJet was nominated by aviation industry professionals for three SACAA awards, including People Development, Aircraft Operator and Aviation Customer Services. It was the only GA company listed as a finalist.
Gavin Kiggen was very pleased with ExecuJet's performance in the SACAA Awards.
Read this story in our January 2020 printed issue.

ExecuJet is celebrating becoming a finalist in three categories at the 2019 South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) Awards.

The company was nominated by aviation industry professionals for three awards; People Development, Aircraft Operator and Aviation Customer Services. ExecuJet was first runner-up in the Aircraft Operator category, competing against three local airlines, and second runner-up in the People Development category.

Gavin Kiggen, vice president Africa and director of aviation at ExecuJet, says: “We're really pleased to have reached the finals in three categories at the SACAA awards, particularly as ExecuJet was the only general aviation company listed as a finalist.

“Being recognised by SACAA is testament to our team's dedication to maintaining the highest levels of safety and service in Africa. We look forward to the third SACAA awards next year and hope to see ExecuJet being recognised for its continuous commitment to improving business aviation in 2020.”

The SACAA awards took place on 13 December at the CSIR International Convention Centre in Lynnwood, Pretoria. The awards recognise industry excellence across South Africa and highlight companies that make an outstanding contribution to the development of the African aviation industry.

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