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ExecuJet Africa receives multiple awards for excellence
ExecuJet came first in four categories in South Africa's aviation awards, competing against scheduled airlines as well as business operators.
The ExecuJet Africa team, with Gavin Kiggen, vice president of ExecuJet Africa and president of aircraft sales and acquisitions pictured fifth from left.

ExecuJet Africa has received five awards at the 2023 South Africa Civil Aviation Industry Awards. It won the Aviation Innovation award, People Development award, Aviation Security award and Aviation Customer Services award and was first runner up for the Aircraft Operator award. ExecuJet was also among the top five finalists in two additional categories, the Aviation Support Services award and the Aviation Safety award.

The Civil Aviation Industry Awards, organised by the South African Civil Aviation Authority, recognise and laureate South African aviation entities for excellence in various categories. The authority was congratulated by the Minister of Transport for achieving a 91.11 per cent rating from ICAO and for its 25 years of history.

Patrick Hansen, CEO of ExecuJet parent company Luxaviation Group, says: "We are extremely proud to see that the work our teams are doing is being recognised and rewarded. These accolades are a testament to the innovation, dedication and continuous pursuit of excellence for which ExecuJet and the Luxaviation Group strive, always with our customers as our first priority."

Gavin Kiggen, vice president of ExecuJet Africa, president of aircraft sales and acquisitions, adds: "Having also been awarded in the previous instalments of the awards, in 2018 and 2019, this recognition means that ExecuJet truly aims to drive aviation forward to the best of our ability. I would like to congratulate all my colleagues, without whom these achievements would not have been possible."

At the inaugural function in 2018, ExecuJet received winning trophies for Aviation Customer Services and People Development, and was first runner up for Aviation Support Services.

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