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Executive Sky Flight Support announces new FBO services at Cairo International Airport

Posted 1 March 2016 · Add Comment

Executive Sky Flight Support (ESFS) has announced a new partnership with Smart Aviation FBO at Cairo International Airport.

 “We are really proud to announce our strategic partnership with Smart Aviation to start our FBO service Egypt,” said Khaled Akkawi, CEO at Executive Sky Flight Support. “We consider this partnership as a humble start.” 

Rushdi Zakaria, CEO at Smart Aviation, added:  “Egypt is the 29th biggest country in the world, in addition to be one of the most tourism attractions country and the joint point between east, west, south and north; it is one of the most crowded countries with private and business aircrafts.”  

The new Cairo International Airport FBO services will enable ESFS clients to benefit from its professional ground handling and the most luxuries VIP services including transportation, HOTAC, catering and travel services.

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