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Jet Aviation signs preferred handling agreement with Excellent Air

Posted 11 December 2018 · Add Comment

Jet Aviation has signed a preferred Fixed Base Operation (FBO) service agreement with Excellent Air, which operates Europe’s largest fleet of Cessna CJ2 aircraft as-well-as several Cessna XLS aircraft based in Germany.

 

Excellent Air offers its customers a full-service, door-to-door charter experience on its twin-engined Cessna business jets. Under the agreement signed at MEBAA 2018 in Dubai, Jet Aviation becomes the preferred handling service provider for Excellent Air at its FBO locations in EMEA.

“As the name suggests, we at Excellent Air are committed to service excellence, seamless travel and absolute quality — whether in the air or on the ground,” says Excellent Air CEO, Richard Hekker. “We appreciate Jet Aviation’s commitment to safety and the highest service standards, readily evidenced by the IS-BAH Stage 2 Safety Certificates conferred on them just yesterday, and are pleased to entrust our customers to their care.”

Oliver Bergsch, Jet Aviation’s VP of sales management for EMEA and APAC, adds, “We are delighted to partner with Excellent Air and look forward to welcoming their customers at our facilities in Berlin, Dubai, Dusseldorf, Geneva, Moscow, Munich, Vienna and Zurich.”

 

 

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