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Success Aviation opens new headquarters in Dubai

Posted 2 May 2019 · Add Comment

A record breaking four billion passengers travelled by air in 2017 according to the 62nd annual report released by the International Air Transport Association.

 

As a response to the growing demand for safe, efficient and comfortable air travel experiences, international trip support provider Success Aviation Services has recently opened its regional headquarters in the world‐class Dubai Silicon Oasis.

Success Aviation’s new hub offers a modern operations room which provides 24/7 overwatch and flight support to clients through the Dispatch Centre Team.

“Through the continued growth in operations that we’ve been experiencing we’ve had to increase our office space. Dubai Silicon Oasis is a great choice for our new headquarters, due to its location as well as its reputation as a strong business hub in the region,” said Mustafa Rabie, co‐owner/founder of Success Aviation Services.

Success Aviation’s CEO, Khaled Shurbaji, added: “We’re delighted to be opening our new doors, and whilst our operations are increasing, we can assure our valued clients, as well as prospective customers, continued reliable, professional flight planning and monitoring, as well as superior quality customer service.”

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