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MEBA2012: ABS Jets targeting the Gulf

Posted 11 December 2012 · Add Comment

ABS Jets (stand 386) is highlighting its operation control centre (OCC) services at MEBA and encouraging smaller companies and operators to come and take a look at the resources and services it offers.

ABS Jets“From our Prague base we provide a full complement of services to those operators and owners seeking to outsource flight planning services,” said Vladimir Petak, CEO.

ABS Jets has a significant number of clients from the USA, Europe and Russia, and launching services in the Gulf region is one of the key reasons for its presence at MEBA.
 
Petak said the company’s success in providing OCC services to third-party clients was down to its close co-operation with the pilots.
 
“I see our OCC services as an integral part of supporting owners and operators to help them increase and maximise the use and efficiency of their aircraft,” said Petak.
 
In September this year the company celebrated handling 7,000 aircraft movements at its Prague headquarters.
Jan Kralik, ABS Jets ground operations manager said: “At ABS Jets we recognise the professionalism and excellence of the Gulf region operators and welcome them to try our facilities throughout central Europe.
 
Our customers are safe in the knowledge that their aircraft are being maintained in one of Europe’s leading MRO centres and handled by highly trained and dedicated staff while being on our ramp in Prague.”
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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