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Hadid grasps office opportunity at Paris Le Bourget
Le Bourget airport, nestled in to the northeast of Paris, once served as the primary airport for the city and is now entirely dedicated to business aviation, making it an appealing spot for Hadid.

Hadid has opened its newest office at Paris Le Bourget airport. The facility houses a dedicated team which allows Hadid to better serve general aviation clientele at LBG, as well as commercial operations in France and beyond. The company believes that the new location will strengthen its European presence, offering an additional base to provide a range of aviation services including flight permits, flight planning, air charter, ground handling and fuel arrangements.

Business development manager Chakib Boudjemaa says: “We are delighted to open at LBG, where we are in close proximity to new and existing customers along with trusted suppliers and partners, and we are extremely proud of the commitment we have made to service excellence as we expand our business and services across Europe.”

Le Bourget airport, located approximately 11 km north-northeast of Paris, is host to the Paris Air Show. Once serving as the primary airport for the city, LBG airport is now dedicated to general aviation, including business jet operations, making it of particular importance for Hadid's business aviation customer-base. As industry figures show, during 2018, LBG ranked the busiest private jet airport in Europe, seeing a 4.8 per cent increase on 2017, according to WingX-Advance.

Boudjemaa continues: “The new Paris office will enable us to supersede growing client requirements and allow us to increase our operational efficiencies so we may continue to provide exceptional value and world class services.”

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