ExecuJet Africa expands fleet and heads for AERO South Africa

7 - 9 July 2022

28 June 2022

Visit ExecuJet at Stand OD17 during Africa’s largest general aviation trade show, AERO South Africa.

Taking place 7 - 9 July at Wonderboom National Airport, AERO South Africa will host more than 100 exhibiting companies and welcome over 4,200 visitors showcasing the industry’s latest innovations from 14 aviation sectors.

 Africa’s largest general aviation trade show,

Meet with ExecuJet Africa - Stand OD17

The team will be representing our full portfolio of aviation services including aircraft management and insurance, corporate aircraft charter, fixed base operations, aircraft sales, cargo charter, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), Experiences, and luxury travel concierge services.

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Our core fleet composition ensures we can arrange aircraft to suit any mission requirement. From short distance field operations aircraft or ultra-long-range products providing non-stop capability.

Visit the ExecuJet Static Display during AERO South Africa to tour our most in demand Charter aircraft. We will be showcasing an ultra-long-range jet, a turboprop and a helicopter from our Africa based fleet.

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Celebrating charter fleet expansion at AERO South Africa, Gavin Kiggen, Vice President, Africa, says: “We’re emerging powerfully from challenging times, at a time when our business is growing so strongly, and we’ll be excited to talk about our new fleet additions. The Beechcraft King Air 260 is such a popular aircraft with the business community globally,” continues Kiggen, “and we’ll be offering this turboprop for charter in Africa for the first time. New from the factory in 2022, and able to carry up to eight passengers, the aircraft will be based at Lanseria International Airport, near Johannesburg. From there, we’re expecting high demand for flights to locations including Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe. We also have a long-range jet from the Bombardier series joining later this year and we know the large-cabin comfort and range will be highly attractive to charter customers across Africa.”