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Success Aviation Services expands in Africa

Posted 13 June 2016 · Add Comment

International trip support company Success Aviation Services recently made an announcement that it has added, and will now provide supervisory ground handling services throughout Guinea-Conakry.

Wael Marjeh, chief operations officer at Success Aviation Services, said” “We have recently recognised the enormous business aviation potential in Africa, along with the current operational difficulties. We have now requested by our trusted operators to expand our vital services and expert strategies in Africa. 

“After careful consideration, we decided to address this issue by implementing privately based supervisory ground handling services at key areas.” 

Khaled Shurbaji, Success Aviation’s chief executive officer, added: “Conakry is a port city on the Atlantic Ocean and is known to serve as the economic, financial and cultural center of Guinea. We expect more business aviation traffic to operate over there.” 

Services provided in Guinea Conakry will be as follows: 

1 - Customised on-site coordination of all operational requirements to exceed passenger expectations; 

2 - Foreseeing any regulatory challenges and providing quality control to all third-party services in advance of operators’ scheduled arrival/departure time – to help ensure a seamless experience on the ground; 

3 - Supervising any particular or last-minute requests from crew or passengers and; 

4 - Making use of Success Aviation’s world-class resources whenever and wherever needed. 

“Our Senior expert and professional representatives will be present at the airport 24/7 to provide our clients with impeccable services and to enhance their experience upon their arrival. Our reliable ground expert will be present at all times to handle on-site coordination and last-minute requests with an advance full backup of all Success Aviation Services’ resources,” added Shurbaji.

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