ExecuJet doubles workforce to meet Middle East travel demand
ExecuJet Middle East has reported the completion of the first stage of its aggressive expansion plan by more than doubling the number of employees working in the region. The company has recruited 26 people within six months, bringing the total headcount to 45, reported a press release.
Two of the main growth areas within the company have been ExecuJet's maintenance and operations divisions. Key activities supported by these two divisions include ground handling, flight planning, and aircraft administration. As well as bolstering its Dubai-based operations, ExecuJet has also strengthened its presence in Abu Dhabi, Riyadh and Cairo.
One of the mid-term goals of ExecuJet's expansion plan is to ensure that the company has sufficient resources to staff its aircraft service centre and spare parts depot, currently under construction at Dubai International Airport. The 28,000-square-foot service center, being built in partnership with Bombardier Aerospace, will feature two maintenance bays capable of accommAbout ExecuJet Middle East
ExecuJet Middle East was established in 1998 and is based at Dubai International Airport. The company provides aviation services associated with the sale, operation, management, charter and support of business jets, serving customers throughout the Middle East, North Africa and Europe.
ExecuJet Middle East is a member of the ExecuJet Aviation Group, a global aviation group of associated companies located in Australia, the Middle East, Scandinavia, South Africa and Switzerland.— (menareport.com)
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