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Axon transfers business aircraft division to Jetcraft
Axon Aviation Group has selected Jetcraft to take on its business jet activity as it seeks to streamline its service offering.
Niki Rokni, partner and head of aircraft sales at Axon with Jahid Fazal-Karim, owner and chairman of the board at Jetcraft.

UK-based AXON Aviation Group is to transfer all its business aircraft sales and acquisitions to global aircraft advisory Jetcraft, ensuring a smooth handover period for clients.

Niki Rokni, partner and head of aircraft sales at Axon, says: "Jetcraft is the global leader in business jet transactions and is a natural fit to take on our respected clients. The Axon team will remain the same, now with additional focus on our commercial aircraft sales and leasing services."

The handover follows many years of successful collaboration between Axon and Jetcraft in navigating complex transactions around the world. Axon, which specialises in exclusive, off-market listings, will continue to work hand in hand with each customer to provide a seamless transition.

Jahid Fazal-Karim, owner and chairman of the board at Jetcraft, says: "I want to thank Niki and all at Axon for placing their trust in us. Jetcraft is a global force in the industry, offering the best-in-class service for aircraft sales, acquisitions and trades. By taking on Axon's elite customer base and quality aircraft we continue our growth trajectory, providing the expertise nobody else can match."

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