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PRESS RELEASE 16 November. St. Vincent & Dublin

St. Vincent & The Grenadines – The Windward Islands SVGAir Handling Services teams up with FBO specialists Global FBO Consult “At SVGAir we aim to provide operators with a professional, efficient & competitive service they can rely on every time they fly to the Windward Islands” says Rania Fox, Station Manager at TVSC. “We are dedicated to delivering that top level of quality service at all our stations, whether clients come on business or to experience our culture, or maybe a bit of both. The scenery here is breath taking & the food outstanding. We are also ideally located for fuel stops, offering quick turnaround times”

“Teaming up with Global FBO Consult is giving us new insight into how we can improve our product & skills. It builds on our enthusiasm to be the best service provider across the Windward Islands”.

Joe McDermott, founder & Senior Consultant at Global FBO adds “SVGAir Handling Services has a great ground operations team, willing to always go that extra mile to ensure the smooth completion of every flight” Global FBO Consult has undertaken assignments in Bahrain, France, Ghana, India, Ireland, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, UAE, United Kingdom & USA.

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PRESS RELEASE: 23 September 2017, Accra & Dublin  

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With construction work on Accra-Kotoka Internationals new Terminal 3 flagship project moving into top gear some operators at the airport have had to change location to facilitate this major development.

The airport expansion supports the country's ambition to upgrade its vital infrastructure by modernising & transforming the airport into a gateway for West Africa & as a regional aviation hub. It is also expected to contribute to the country's economy by facilitating market connectivity & by reducing the cost of doing business.

One of the effected companies is Mainstream Aviation. They are now well into the process of relocating to a purpose built facility which will house their Dispatch, Permit & OCC offices as well as aircraft charter & management teams.

CEO Captain Ladi Odulaja comments “Accra is ideally situated in West Africa to become the regions airline hub. The airport can also expect to see a continued growth in business aviation traffic over the next 5 to 10 years as the county’s’ economy grows & it is for this that we at Mainstream Aviation are investing & concentrating our efforts.

With this in mind we have been looking at upgrading our staff training to an internationally recognised certificated level, improving our customer support services & our competitiveness.

I invited business aviation ground support specialist, Global FBO Consult, to review all aspects of our operation & as a result I believe Mainstream Aviation is now a more efficient & customer

centric operation ready to deliver our clients a world class service”

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PRESS RELEASE: Belfast International Airport, 5 February 2017


FBO Facility to Expand by 100% as

More US Trans-Atlantic Corporate & Ferry Flights

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VIP Terminal Extension at Belfast International Airport Granted  

February 5th 2017, Belfast International Airport/EGAA, Northern Ireland

Barely 18 months after opening their full service FBO at Belfast International Airport, Global Trek Aviation has been granted permission by the airport to extend their FBO facility building by 100%! This follows ever increasing US corporate aviation & ferry flight use of the existing facility.

Back in mid 2015 GTA may have been a new start up but with a team of highly experienced industry professionals who had worked for such companies as Landmark Aviation, Ocean Sky and RSS across the UK it quickly became a success!

At Belfast International they built a brand new facility which included a very spacious VIP lounge, crew centre, showers and Operations Control Centre next to the GA Ramp. The facility boasts excellent privacy with its own secure entrance and car park well away from the commercial terminal.

On the ramp an impressive GSE display includes two Jet A-1 trucks (43,000 Litre and 17,000 Litre), three diesel tugs, three Houchin 690-C GPU, 2 wide bodied air stairs, Lav truck, potable water truck, as well as their VIP ground transportation fleet.

Global Trek MD David McColm comments “Our facility has been getting busier by the month and we have taken the decision to plan for future growth at an early stage. Doubling the floor space will allow us to provide even greater comfort for our clients, put in additional amenities and expand our Operations Control Centre to keep up with customer demand”

Brian Carlin, Belfast International Airports Director of Commercial Development in welcoming the expansion plans said “Global Trek has shown the depth of their industry experience and commitment by hitting the ground running, delivering a first class experience to their clients and investing in infrastructure, GSE and personnel training from the very start”

Belfast International Airport Managing Director Graham Keddie added  “Global Trek Aviation are proving that BFS is the ideal fuel stop location for corporate, ferry and medevac Transatlantic flights as well as a destination airport.

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PRESS RELEASE: May 7th 2015, Agadir, Morocco.  Appointment


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Moroccan Aviation Services, based at Agadir El Massira Airport have confirmed the appointment of Ms Hanan El Jiani as their Business Development Manager.

 

Confirming the appointment MAS Managing Director, Mohamed Outamrarht, commented, "As we continue to expand our services across Morocco and build our client base the appointment of Ms El Jiani will strengthen our management team and assist us in focusing on our clients’ needs”

 

“We specialise in providing first class representation and supervision services to business, state, private and airline operators flying to Moroccan airports and aim to operate to the highest international standards of safety, security and efficiency in what is a very competitive environment”

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PRESS RELEASE:  June 3rd, 2014, Belfast, Northern Ireland

Jet Assist-Business Jet Centre Opens at Belfast International Airport 

Jet Assist Opens Belfast International Airport/EGAA Business Jet Centre

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 Jet Assist, the new FBO based at Belfast International Airport (EGAA) opened for business on June 2nd. Branded as Jet Assist–Business Jet Centre the spacious facility specifically designed for the needs of business, private and state travellers is located next to the GA ramp, has its own security screening, seating for up to twenty five passengers, crew room, his & her toilets, along with all the standard FBO amenities and represents one of the finest business aviation facilities on the island of Ireland.

Jet Assist-Business Jet Centre has branded fuel supply through the Ascent Global Fuel Brand as a member of the World Fuel Services Network of FBOs and offers very competitive Jet A-1 fuel prices for both destination and fuel stop traffic.

Belfast International, strategically located on the North Atlantic Eastern Seaboard, is a 24H, no night time curfew airport with multiple runways and is rarely closed even when Mother Nature is at her very worst.

Early in the planning stage Jet Assist engaged Global FBO Consult, a Fixed Base Operator advisory service, to guide them through the start up, provide business intelligence and personnel training.

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PRESS RELEASE:  May 1st 2015, Dublin, Ireland

Dublin-Weston Executive Airport, Ireland

Airport reports second year of bizav growth

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Located next to the M4 motorway and just eight miles from Ireland’s capital city, Dublin-Weston Executive Airport /EIWT is reporting its second year of business aviation growth since being taken over by the Conneely civil engineering group.

Director of Operations and Commercial Manager, Dave Scully sites increased traffic connected to Ireland’s extensive equine industry and new multi-national  industry inward investment being the main drivers

Mr. Scully also says that a number of aerial survey companies have chosen the airport as a base for their operations. Attractive Jet A-1 prices, low cost, secure  hangarage, ease of access and zero traffic congestion all coming together to make Dublin-Weston a highly  attractive package. These very same factors are attracting increased numbers of private and corporate operators to the facility.

Dublin-Weston has three large, modern, secure, heated hangars and these have found favour with a number of clients requiring short or long term aircraft storage

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