Luxaviation Group Expands its Footprint in France with the Opening of an Office at Cannes Mandelieu Airport
07 July 2021
Luxembourg - Luxaviation Group, one of the largest business aircraft and helicopter operators worldwide, is pleased to announce that Luxaviation France is expanding its commercial presence to the French Riviera with the opening of an office at Cannes Mandelieu Airport, becoming Luxaviation's second presence in France. This is marked by the appointment of Elodie Mekhmoukh as Key Account Manager of Luxaviation France, Cannes office, starting July 1st.
Luxaviation France announces to further expand the operator's global coverage with a new office in Cannes from 1st July 2021. The French Riviera, with its key strategic geographical position in the Mediterranean and in the heart of Europe, serves as an important destination for business and leisure travellers.
Under the supervision and direction of Romain Alati, Chief Commercial Officer of Luxaviation France, Elodie Mekhmoukh, Key Account Manager of Luxaviation France, Cannes office, will be responsible for driving the company's ambitious growth plans throughout the Côte d'Azur area, including Nice Côte d'Azur and Cannes Mandelieu airports. Elodie previously worked as Commercial Director of Azur Helicopters and has a strong work experience, both in private jets and helicopters charter industry.
Patrick Hansen, CEO of Luxaviation Group, says: “We are very happy to be strengthening the Luxaviation brand footprint in France with this new location in Cannes and are thrilled to welcome Elodie Mekhmoukh to the Luxaviation family. Elodie brings 12 years of experience in the industry and has an excellent knowledge of the destination. The new office marks a milestone in Luxaviation’s continued growth in France and will allow Luxaviation Group to rapidly establish itself within this key European charter market.”
Cannes Mandelieu Airport, 15th European Business Aviation airport, has become the third most important airport in France and one of the key hubs of the French Riviera. With a strong focus on private business aviation and tourism, the Cannes Mandelieu Airport has 481 airports connected.
Nice Côte d’Azur Airport is the second largest European Business Aviation airport with 698 airports connected. Nice offers daily connections to major cities in Europe, North Africa, Middle East, and the American continent.
Today, Luxaviation France is the largest private jet operator at Paris Le Bourget airport with a fleet of 20 aircraft at its base. Services include jet charter management, aircraft management, maintenance, and support