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ExecuJet Asia Pacific Expands into Two Regions

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ExecuJet Asia Pacific has become two separate regions, namely ExecuJet Asia and ExecuJet Australia.

Over recent years the Asia Pacific market has developed significantly and ExecuJet said that having a dedicated team in Asia will better position the company for the growing market demand in the region.

ExecuJet is already present in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Beijing and sees development of these initial operations, as well as further expansion in the region, as a significant part of the companyís long term strategy.

It is planned that ExecuJet Asia will focus initially on developing MRO, Aircraft management, charter and FBO opportunities in the region.

In conjunction with this development, Graeme Duckworth accepted the position of Managing Director for ExecuJet Asia and will be initially based in Kuala Lumpur. Graeme has most recently been active as the Group Maintenance and Quality Director, a role he will continue with alongside his new position.

Supporting this initiative, Nick Fourie has recently taken on the role of General Manager for Malaysia and oversees all aspects of operations within the country. Nick was previously located in Australia and was responsible for Business developments in the bigger Asia Pacific area.

ExecuJet Australia will continue under the management of Darren McGoldrick who was appointed Managing Director in May this year.

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