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LunaJet hires two executives to lead new divisions
LunaSolutions is a new dedicated global service to advise clients on aircraft transactions, sales and acquisitions and financing, while LunaGroup Charter is a division dedicated to generating ad hoc flight opportunities.
Rémi Aubin will be responsible for LunaGroup Charter.

Swiss charter brokerage LunaJets Group has launched two new divisions, LunaGroup Charter and LunaSolutions.

“To head these new divisions, I am delighted to welcome Rémi Aubin and Guillaume Chamoin, with their fantastic expertise to join us and develop our new services,” declares Eymeric Segard, LunaJets CEO.

Aubin, an industry expert with 10 years of experience in the sector, most recently at Air Charter Service, will be responsible for LunaGroup Charter and will be based in Paris.

“I am extremely proud to join the LunaJets team to develop this newly created group charter division. LunaJets has been the most successful private jet charter company of the past decade. The fact that it approached me to create a dedicated department with a new brand and team is a unique opportunity. This world of uncertainties creates new demands for group charter to be seized,” Aubin says.

Segard adds: “We were already offering group charters at LunaJets and the appointment of Rémi is the perfect fit with our entrepreneurial culture to launch a dedicated brand unit. Today's client booking patterns have changed radically given the health crisis. Rémi offers the reassurance of his long-standing track record in the industry.”

Chamoin, an industry veteran with more than 17 years of experience, will lead LunaSolutions, a new dedicated global service to advise clients on aircraft transactions, sales and acquisitions and financing. Guillaume has a long track record of aircraft transactions accumulated as sales director at Bombardier, FlexJet, Execujet and lastly Jetcraft, where he developed a global network, and the expertise to advise clients on purchasing or selling of aircraft. He will be based in Geneva, Dubai and Paris.

LunaJets is a strong brand in the industry, recognised for its total independence and client focus. These guys always thought out-of-the-box to deliver new solutions and they reshaped the charter market. I am very motivated to create the sales and acquisitions department under the LunaSolutions brand where the synergies with the core jet charter market are clear,” he states.

“For years we were looking for the right person to start this new consultancy expertise. I am very pleased Guillaume accepted the invitation to join us; his deep knowledge of the industry is outstanding. Our independence from the aircraft manufacturing industry and from operators is our main asset. We are certain that Guillaume's activity will soon become a major contributor to LunaJets' continued growth and revenue,” adds Segard. “Since starting LunaJets from a container in 2008 in the middle of the financial crisis, I discovered that those uncertain periods are unique opportunities to disrupt markets and expand quickly. As our vision has always been the same, to create a fully-independent eco-system for all non-commercial aviation related services, Guillaume and Rémi were the missing pieces of this puzzle, and I look forward to working with them to develop our brands.”

Alain Leboursier, LunaJets MD, concludes: “With the successful launch of our cargo division in April to address the pandemic crisis, we now offer four dedicated services, websites and teams to meet our client needs: LunaJets for private jet charter, LunaLogistik for cargo charter, LunaGroup Charter and LunaSolutions for sales and acquisitions.”

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