ExecuJet Starts Genav Aircraft Handling at Indonesia’s Bali International Airport

AINalerts » October 17, 2013
October 17, 2013, 2:50 PM

ExecuJet Aviation has begun aircraft handling operations at a temporary general aviation terminal at Indonesia’s Bali International Airport. The facility is ExecuJet’s first to open following last year’s signing of an MoU with state-owned Indonesian airport manager Angkasa Pura I for the design, construction and management of general aviation terminals at up to 13 airports in the Asian country. The new Bali facility features a purpose-built 700,000-sq-ft ramp adjacent to the 34,230-sq-ft terminal, which is expected to open in December.

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