The FBO will feature a presidential suite, double-story crew lounge with viewing deck and games room, airside hotel room suite, transit lounge smoking area, hotel room suite, and transit lounge smoking area. The terminal will also have discrete working and rest areas with landside access for both passengers and crew, with a Duty-Free shop, complimentary Wi-Fi, prayer rooms, television, refreshments, newspapers, and magazines. The facility will have 33,000 sqm of modern, state-of-the-art FBO amenities over three floors.
Sari Sawaya, Vice President, ExecuJet Middle East says: “The team are working hard to ensure that the FBO is ready by the beginning of 2023 and we’re counting down the days until we can unveil our brand-new facility to the world.
“At ExecuJet, customer service is at the core of everything we do, and we pride ourselves on delivering excellence in a comprehensive range of business aviation services. Our new aviation mega-structure will enable us to expand on our current customer service offering and provide the best experience possible. This expansion is key for the growth ambitions of ExecuJet Middle East and builds upon our current two facilities at Dubai International Airport and Al Maktoum International Airport.”
ExecuJet’s operation has benefitted from the recent influx of investment and boasts some of the most advanced services in the region. Across the twin facilities, ExecuJet Middle East provides passengers and flight crew with a full complement of ground-handling and concierge services, including aircraft, passenger and baggage handling, fuel, aircraft valet and hangarage, security, customs and immigration, in-flight catering, and limousine transfers.
The Dubai-based FBO management team also extend support to a further two regional FBO Joint Ventures in Istanbul, Turkey with Bilen Air Services.
Media Contacts ExecuJet Middle East: Juliane Thiessen, Luxaviation Group T+41763568251
Ines Nacerddine, ExecuJet Aviation Group – Middle East T +971 54 793 1520