Aircell Names First Middle Eastern Service Facility

AINmxReports » December 23, 2009
December 23, 2009, 5:08 AM

ExecuJet Middle East is now an  Aircell-authorized dealer. It is the company’s first appointment in the Middle East as part of a planned expansion. John Wade, senior vice president and general manager for Aircell, said, “We’re pleased to have ExecuJet join our global dealer and distributor network. A significant part of our success comes from best-in-class representation at the dealer level, and ExecuJet’s capabilities and expertise will be a critical part of achieving that in the Middle East,” he said. ExecuJet established its Dubai base in 1999 and was one of the first independent companies to offer business aviation services in the region. “With the business world increasingly focused on executive productivity, in-flight connectivity is clearly one of the hottest topics in aviation right now. Offering voice, Internet and e-mail services in a light equipment package makes Aircell’s new SwiftBroadband solution an ideal system,” said Nick Weber, ExecuJet Middle East’s maintenance director.

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