Elit’Avia Makes Strong First-time Showing at EBACE
Ljubljana, Slovenia-based charter and management firm Elit’Avia (Booth 1047) is exhibiting at EBACE for the first time. In addition, one each of the company’s super-midsize Challenger 300s and large-cabin Challenger 605s are on display at Bombardier’s static area.
Elit’Avia specializes in business aircraft management and operation services to clients in Europe, Russia, West Africa and the Middle East. It has about a dozen aircraft in its fleet, including Bombardier Challengers and Global XRS/6000s, as well as three Dassault Falcons. The company recently opened a sales office in Atlanta, which has facilitated the provision of charter and other services in the U.S. and has further advanced aircraft sales.
“This has been a good year for Elit’Avia and we are pleased to be attending EBACE for the first time,” said Elit’Avia president Michel Coulomb. “We now operate one of the world’s largest Bombardier Global 6000 fleets. Being based in the heart of Europe provides a unique perspective and facilitates access to markets from Western Europe, to Russia, to Africa. Our experienced, multicultural and multilingual team has worked hard to serve these markets with tailor-made solutions, maximum professionalism and attention to detail.”