ExecuJet Middle East's Business Development Director, Khalid Al Hai, and Regional FBO Director, Dumani Ndebele, discuss the company’s latest facility upgrades, planned expansion, and the value they bring to its offering, the business aviation market, and clients’ overall travel experience.
With unprecedented growth in the business aviation sector, ExecuJet Middle East, part of Luxaviation Group, has fully renovated its Fixed Base Operator (FBO) facility at Dubai International Airport (DXB), and a brand new facility at Dubai World Central (DWC) on the horizon. These developments aim to meet the increasing demand for reliable, safer, and convenient travel solutions.
At DXB, the upgraded FBO facility blends modern designs with authentic Arabic accents and cozy features, creating a sense of comfort and familiarity for guests. Personalization is key, allowing guests to tailor their lounge experience with ease. From sharing screens with the lounge TV to ordering from the food and beverage menu, ExecuJet ensures a delightful stay. The DWC facility inauguration is set to solidify ExecuJet's position as the premier "truly private" airport experience in the region. The company offers comprehensive services, covering aircraft handling, concierge services, commercial flight transfers, aircraft hangarage, management, and charter services.
The upcoming 33,000 square-meter ultra-luxury FBO and hangar facility at DWC will raise the bar in private aviation. Designed as a one-stop shop for aircraft operators, brokers, and private flyers, the facility features lavish private lounges, open seating areas, a commercial kitchen, a presidential suite, and a conference room for business travelers. Leisure travelers can enjoy a luxury apartment with a couples’ massage spa, jacuzzi, steam room, gym, games room, and cocktail lounge.
ExecuJet's comprehensive services encompass all aspects of business aviation. The planned inauguration of the DWC facility will solidify their position as the leading provider of aircraft hangarage in the region. Despite challenges in the aviation sector, ExecuJet has witnessed an increase in private flyers shifting from commercial aviation due to personalised services, stringent hygiene protocols, and travel flexibility. The company is well-prepared to accommodate the anticipated surge in demand during the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Qatar and maintain its elevated service standards.
Looking ahead, ExecuJet is eyeing opportunities in key growth markets, including Saudi Arabia and Turkey. The company aims to expand its presence through strategic partnerships, establishing a strong foothold to meet the evolving demands of the business aviation market.
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