Friday, February 05, 2016

ExecuJet set to enter Indian market

ExecuJet Aviation Group is set to expand into the Indian market for the first time, following a successful tender bid for new fixed-based operation (FBO) and maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facilities at Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, India.

Together with its Indian partner, The Bird Group, ExecuJet has been awarded one of a limited number of licences to develop, construct and operate an FBO and an MRO facility as part of the airport’s overall development strategy.

Mike Berry, Vice President of ExecuJet Middle East, says:

“This is a significant win for ExecuJet as we have had India on our radar for many years. The airport has awarded only two licences in order to consolidate and improve its MRO and FBO services. These new facilities will provide ExecuJet with the platform to expand our geographic footprint and service proposition, in line with our own growth strategy. I would like to congratulate Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) for running a transparent tender process."
05/02/16  Aviation Tribune
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