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EAG wins 'Aircraft Management Service Provider of the Year'

Posted 19 October 2016 · Add Comment

Empire Aviation Group (EAG) was the winner of the 'Aircraft Management Service Provider of the Year' at the 10th annual Aviation Business Awards, held in Dubai, on October 12.

EAG was the winner of the award for the second consecutive year.

EAG operates one of the region’s largest managed fleets of business jets, with more than 25 aircraft based in Dubai, Oman, India, San Marino, Hong Kong and Nigeria.

Paras Dhamecha, executive director, Empire Aviation Group, said: “Empire Aviation Group is delighted to win this prestigious award for the second consecutive year. It is a recognition for the entire team which is dedicated to supporting aircraft owners with a very highly personalised level of service and a unique asset management approach. EAG continues to expand and develop with new aircraft coming on to our managed fleet across all our global operations and new services being added to enhance the aircraft ownership experience.”

 

 

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