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AirClub signs with Jetex for global trip planning and ground support

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AirClub signs with Jetex for global trip planning and ground support - Business aviation publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United Arab Emirates Aircraft: Airplanes

AirClub is pleased to announce its further expansion by signing with Jetex for future trip planning and ground support. The choice to partner with Jetex was made by considering the company's vast experience in supporting global operations and its extended presence through a global network of ground handling and FBO locations.

"Understanding the full scope of trip planning and ground handling becomes more challenging when flying to new or hard-to-reach destinations. Working with a company like Jetex, that enjoys years of experience as a worldwide trip planning and FBO provider, AirClub can resolve the most complex of ground handling and trip planning issues and concentrate all efforts on getting our passengers to where they wish to be" says Dennis Göppel, Chief Operating Officer at AirClub.

"We are proud to work with AirClub and be given this great opportunity to support their successful business model. AirClub's fleet is now comprised of around a hundred aircraft and is planned to grow even further which is an indication of the company's remarkable achievement. We will bring our innovative business solutions to ensure we deliver an exceptional and authentic service that supports AirClub's operations" says Adel Mardini, CEO & President at Jetex.

AirClub was formed by a group of Business Aviation professionals in 2012. Comprised of seven distinguished operators in Europe and the United States, AirClub collectively operates around 100 business jets. Our primary goal is to unify, promote and elevate the worldwide business aviation community by utilizing the strengths of individual members. Poised to become a main global leader in business aviation, AirClub is on track to have a presence on all six continents with a large number of operators and aircraft worldwide.



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