The Sapphire Pegasus Business Aviation Awards recognizes and honors outstanding performances by companies and individuals in many aspects of Business Aviation. The Sapphire Pegasus Awards will be presented to the winners during a Gala Ceremony in Prague on April 8.
“I believe that a new form of industry wide appreciation is needed. Therefore I have put a great deal of thought into the possibilities and created the Sapphire Pegasus Awards.” says Antonia Lukacinova, CEO of Media Tribune. She also initiated and recently published a unique 250-page “Jetbook” where all private aircraft and helicopter options stylishly presented to potential buyers. “For me the number of nominations as well as the positive feedback I have received are a clear indication that the Awards will be accepted as an asset to the business aviation industry. I’m confident that they will be appreciated worldwide. “
In total 87 nominations were received by the March 13th deadline. The Board of Advisors will subsequently review the nominations independently. The eight judges are industry specialists and journalists who will have the final word on the selection of the award winners.
“We are very pleased about the nominations and online voting posted so far.” comments Vladimir Petak, the Board’s Chairman. “At a first glance, we see a wide geographical spread of the nominees. The are some outstanding nominations, but the key aspects the judges will look for is the performances and the impact made by the nominees. We want to be absolutely sure that the most exceptional performers will be honored.”
The Award winners will be announced during the Sapphire Pegasus Gala Dinner on April 8th at the Boscolo Luxury Hotel in Prague. This will be an evening when Business Aviation professionals gather to network, enjoy exclusive dining, witness the presentation, and celebrate the Award winners in the magnificent setting of a once Neo-Renaissance palace.
There is still time to vote online, voting closes on April 3rd, to vote go to www.spbaa.com.
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