ExecuJet’s Dubai FBO Grows

MEBA Convention News » 2012
December 10, 2012, 10:15 AM

ExecuJet Middle East has been able to expand its FBO at Dubai International Airport significantly, having taken over the management of the terminal building and ground-handling operation previously run by Executive Flight Services. This gives its customers access to additional space with eight separate lounges, enlarged customs and immigration services (including electronic processing) and duty-free shopping.

The building also features a separate prayer room, a spacious arrivals area for meeting and greeting passengers, as well as a limousine drop-off area and parking.

“The additional 12,300 square feet of terminal space will allow us to efficiently grow our business by up to 50 percent while ensuring service levels are improved to meet customer expectations,” said ExecuJet Middle East managing director Mike Berry.

“We will also be investing in airside vehicles, including limousines and baggage vehicles, as well as extra ramp-side equipment. Our introduction of full ground-handling services in Dubai is another important development, giving us an enhanced level of control over aircraft arrivals and departures,” he said.

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