ExecuJet Africa re-establishes aircraft sales division

In its bid to meet the increase in demand from clients, ExecuJet Africa has announced the reinstatement of its aircraft sales and acquisitions.

During the launch, Vice President Africa at ExecuJet, Gavin Kiggen, said, “After a challenging 2020, we’re very excited to be back in the sales business and able to provide our clients with support and expertise in aircraft sales and acquisitions. We had an immediate positive response to our return, and we are already engaged in acquisition conversations with potential new owners from around the world.

“Our experienced team and global footprint mean we have been able to respond to the uptick in enquiries successfully. We can provide our clients with the very best inventory and support them from start to finish, whether it be their first aircraft or an upgrade.”

According to him, ExecuJet’s sales team in Africa has more than 50 years’ combined industry experience.

“Leveraging the Luxaviation Group’s global footprint, clients have access to aircraft that have not yet reached the market, enabling a greater array of inventory and prices to select from.

“Our current clients are looking to either upgrade or find a newer type. We are dealing with a broad range of aircraft, from turboprops through to long-haul aircraft such as Bombardier Global 6000,” said Kiggen.

Anozie Egole
Anozie Egole
Anozie Egole is a Transport correspondent. He reports Maritime, Aviation and Rail/Road Transport for Financial Street.

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