ExecuJet Africa offers complete handling services at Lagos facility

In response to the growing demand for aviation services in West Africa, ExecuJet Africa has opened a fixed-based operation (FBO) facility at Mohammed Murtala Airport in Lagos.

ExecuJet Africa now offers FBO and maintenance services from the company’s state-of-the-art facility, which comprises a 4,700-square-metre hangar capable of accommodating a Boeing Business Jet (BBJ), a 25,500-square-metre concrete apron and a VIP lounge.  The establishment of this facility reflects ExecuJet’s commitment to supporting the economic development of Africa.
The facility, which ExecuJet says has already been “well-received” by the first customers, offers full MRO and technical support capabilities.
“We are extremely proud of the new Lagos facility and, now that the new hangar has been completed, we have turned our focus to employing only the very best people to provide the first-class service that is synonymous with the ExecuJet brand,” said Mark Abbott, ExecuJet Aviation Group FBO Director.
The Lagos FBO offers authorised line maintenance support for Bombardier, Dassault Falcon and Hawker Beechcraft aircraft.  The forthcoming approval from
local aviation authorities will enable ExecuJet to expand the maintenance services offered and aircraft types supported.
“We have sourced the best engineers from around the world, and are thus also able to communicate in various languages.  We have also sent some of these engineers for additional training at the manufacturers to obtain updates on the very latest aircraft.  We have also sourced local engineers and staff and are committed to the transfer of skills and the training of local aspiring engineers.  The equipment and tooling is state-of the-art and we have invested heavily to ensure that international standards are adhered to,” says Ettore Poggi, ExecuJet Africa’s Managing Director.  “Together with our local partner we have built and created a modern structure based on the same design as our Cape Town facility, and are proud to offer a truly world-class operation.”

In response to the growing demand
for aviation services in West Africa, ExecuJet Africa has opened a
fixed-based operation (FBO) facility at Mohammed Murtala Airport in Lagos.
ExecuJet Africa now offers FBO and
maintenance services from the company’s state-of-the-art facility, which
comprises a 4,700-square-metre hangar capable of accommodating a Boeing
Business Jet (BBJ), a 25,500-square-metre concrete apron and a VIP lounge.  The establishment of this facility reflects
ExecuJet’s commitment to supporting the economic development of Africa.
The facility, which has already been
well-received by the first customers, offers full MRO and technical support
capabilities.
“We are extremely proud of the new
Lagos facility and, now that the new hangar has been completed, we have
turned our focus to employing only the very best people to provide the
first-class service that is synonymous with the ExecuJet brand,” said Mark
Abbott, ExecuJet Aviation Group FBO Director.
The Lagos FBO offers authorised line
maintenance support for Bombardier, Dassault Falcon and Hawker Beechcraft
aircraft.  The forthcoming approval from
local aviation authorities will enable ExecuJet to expand the maintenance
services offered and aircraft types supported.
“We have sourced the best engineers
from around the world, and are thus also able to communicate in various
languages.  We have also sent some of
these engineers for additional training at the manufacturers to obtain
updates on the very latest aircraft.  We
have also sourced local engineers and staff and are committed to the transfer
of skills and the training of local aspiring engineers.  The equipment and tooling is state-of
the-art and we have invested heavily to ensure that international standards
are adhered to,” says Ettore Poggi, ExecuJet Africa’s Managing Director.  “Together with our local partner we have
built and created a modern structure based on the same design as our Cape
Town facility, and are proud to offer a truly world-class operation.”
ExecuJet Africa offers complete
handling services at Lagos facility
In response to the growing demand
for aviation services in West Africa, ExecuJet Africa has opened a
fixed-based operation (FBO) facility at Mohammed Murtala Airport in Lagos.
ExecuJet Africa now offers FBO and
maintenance services from the company’s state-of-the-art facility, which
comprises a 4,700-square-metre hangar capable of accommodating a Boeing
Business Jet (BBJ), a 25,500-square-metre concrete apron and a VIP lounge.  The establishment of this facility reflects
ExecuJet’s commitment to supporting the economic development of Africa.
The facility, which has already been
well-received by the first customers, offers full MRO and technical support
capabilities.
“We are extremely proud of the new
Lagos facility and, now that the new hangar has been completed, we have
turned our focus to employing only the very best people to provide the
first-class service that is synonymous with the ExecuJet brand,” said Mark
Abbott, ExecuJet Aviation Group FBO Director.
The Lagos FBO offers authorised line
maintenance support for Bombardier, Dassault Falcon and Hawker Beechcraft
aircraft.  The forthcoming approval from
local aviation authorities will enable ExecuJet to expand the maintenance
services offered and aircraft types supported.
“We have sourced the best engineers
from around the world, and are thus also able to communicate in various
languages.  We have also sent some of
these engineers for additional training at the manufacturers to obtain
updates on the very latest aircraft.  We
have also sourced local engineers and staff and are committed to the transfer
of skills and the training of local aspiring engineers.  The equipment and tooling is state-of
the-art and we have invested heavily to ensure that international standards
are adhered to,” says Ettore Poggi, ExecuJet Africa’s Managing Director.  “Together with our local partner we have
built and created a modern structure based on the same design as our Cape
Town facility, and are proud to offer a truly world-class operation.”