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Empire Aviation Group wins Aircraft Management Service Provider of the Year

Posted 23 October 2017 · Add Comment

Dubai-based Empire Aviation Group (EAG) was the winner of the 'Aircraft Management Service Provider of the Year 2017' at the 11th annual Aviation Business Awards, held in Dubai on October 11th 2017.

EAG was the winner of the award for the third consecutive year. The company is also marking its 10th anniversary in 2017.

This award is presented to the company that has consistently delivered world-class aircraft management services to clients within the Middle East during the past 12 months. Nominated companies must provide evidence of exceptional performance, including examples of business innovation.

Paras Dhamecha, managing director, Empire Aviation Group, said: “Empire Aviation Group is delighted to win this prestigious award for the third consecutive year and it is a fitting way to mark our 10th anniversary. The award is a recognition for the entire EAG team, which is dedicated to supporting our aircraft owners with a very highly personalised level of service and a quality management approach.”

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