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ExecuJet Begins Operations at New VIP Terminal in Bali

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ExecuJet Indonesia, a joint venture between ExecuJet Aviation Group and P.T. Dimitri Utama Abadi, has begun operations at a new purpose-built VIP terminal at Bali International Airport.

Designed and constructed by Angkasa Pura 1, the new 3,000 sqm general aviation (GA) terminal includes a dedicated VIP area for domestic and international passengers, as well as meeting rooms and a business centre.

ExecuJet was previously operating at the airport from a temporary facility. A 65,900 sqm apron has been built adjacent to the new terminal, designed to handle all aircraft types.

Gary Forster, Bali FBO Manager, ExecuJet, said, There has been strong demand for aircraft handling services since we began operating in Bali in October 2013 and we are seeing a new trend for larger VIP aircraft and specialised charters. We now directly handle 30% of all VIP movements in Bali. As it is such a popular destination for tourism, events and conferences, as well as being a good tech stop location, we expect the number of movements to rise even further this year.

The Bali facility was the first terminal to be opened following the signing of a Memorandum of Cooperation in June 2012 for ExecuJet to exclusively design, construct and manage GA terminals at up to 13 airports managed by state-owned Indonesian aviation company Angkasa Pura 1.

ExecuJet, Bali, Indonesia

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