Empire Aviation Group
As one of the first operators in the Middle East, Empire Aviation Group boasts a strong pedigree. Now, securing new footholds in North Africa, the company is exploring fresh markets and helping to put the Middle East on the world map when it comes to business aviation.
Recently confirming a 50% increase in turnover over the last five years, Falcon Aviation has clearly found itself in a purple patch. Posting record revenues is just one milestone, with the company opening a new facility at Al Maktoum International Airport ahead of growth into new markets.
The Middle East is proving increasingly important to Gama Aviation. Two new aircraft management contracts at the end of 2019 show the company is becoming ever more competitive in the region. Its growing success is being achieved on a foundation of quality service, sound advice and comprehensive support.
Since leading a major industry acquisition five years ago, Luxaviation has not stepped off the pace. Bringing in a stream of new aircraft over the last 12 months, the firm’s fleet and its customer offering have never been stronger.
With ambitious plans to roll its model out to the Middle East, US-based NetJets is establishing a foothold in the region in time for Expo 2020, when demand for private jets will jump. Adding more staff and boosting its regional marketing and capabilities, NetJets has made itself one to watch in the coming months.