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ExecuJet Awarded New Zealand AOC

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The ExecuJet Aviation Group has been issued with a New Zealand Air Operators Certificate (AOC) from the New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority, paving the way for the company to commence base aircraft operations in the country.

The first to be managed in the region is a Gulfstream G550, privately owned, which will be available for third party charter effective immediately.

We are really delighted to add the New Zealand AOC to our business, said Darren McGoldrick, Managing Director ExecuJet Australasia. This region is an especially buoyant one with a high proportion of ultra high net worth individuals who recognise the time-saving benefits and ease of aircraft charter. We look forward to introducing our international experience in aircraft sourcing, maintenance, charter services and technical assistance into the New Zealand market.

New Zealand becomes the eighth country in which ExecuJet now holds an AOC, awarded under Part 119 in accordance with Civil Aviation Rule 125. In addition to the AOC, ExecuJet Australia has been awarded Part 145 approval by NZCAA to carry out maintenance on the G550 aircraft. With an initial staff of one engineer and three crew (for the G550) the intention is to expand the team at its Wellington Airport base in due course. ExecuJet looks after a managed fleet of 150 aircraft around the world and is one of the most recognised and established names in the international business aviation industry.

The New Zealand operation will operate under the management of ExecuJet Australasia.

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