ExecuJet is today celebrating the opening of its first Mexican fixed-based operation at Del Norte International Airport in Monterrey, Mexico.
The state-of-the-art facility, which began operating this week, offers the largest handling area at Del Norte’s General Aviation Terminal (GAT) and also boasts the largest hangar in the north of Mexico, covering an area of 3,700 m².
Adrian Zambrano, Vice President of ExecuJet Mexico, says: “Opening our Monterrey FBO is an exciting development for ExecuJet and as an extension to our existing office and hangar complex, we are delighted to now offer our customers full business aviation support in this part of the world. The FBO enhances our international capabilities and is a real milestone in our regional expansion plan.
“The Del Norte FBO staff, many of whom have been with ExecuJet Mexico for many years and established excellent working relationships with clients, offer the same exceptionally high standard of service found in our other locations worldwide. The new ExecuJet signage has already created renewed visibility and the first movements have received excellent feedback from our clients. We are expecting high demand for our management, maintenance and FBO services from Mexican, American and other international customers and look forward to welcoming them all to the new facility.”
ExecuJet Mexico manages 13 aircraft ranging from Pilatus PC12s through to a Falcon 7X with operations at Toluca International Airport and Monterrey International Airport as well as Del Norte International Airport. ExecuJet’s Del Norte facility is easy to find from the GAT entrance and offers customers a ‘meet and greet’ area, a passenger lounge, VIP service to and from the aircraft as well as a crew lounge and administration office for staff. The ExecuJet Del Norte FBO team will be led by Alejandra Zamarripa.
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