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Execujet acquire Munich FBO facility

Posted 28 January 2016 · Add Comment

Execujet has acquired the largest FBO at Munich International Airport, taking the number of FBOs in the Luxaviation Group to 21.

The FBO is ExecuJet’s second handling facility in Germany and will being operation next month.
 
“Strategically, Munich is the perfect location because the international airport is one of the largest in Europe and is also the most punctual large airport within the EMEA region. The General Aviation Terminal (GAT) is the most popular private jet airport in Germany,” Monika Petereit, General Manager, EBAS.
 
The facility offers customers a ‘meet and greet’ area, a passenger lounge, VIP service to and from the aircraft as well as convenient limousine and car rental services and a crew lounge and administration office for staff. 
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