Jetex eyes FBO network expansion as it heads to US

Dubai-based aviation support firm to attend NBAA conference in Las Vegas this month
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Jetex is looking to expand its global network of FBOs as it ventures to Las Vegas later this month to join industry professionals at the NBAA (National Business Aviation Association) Business Aviation Conference.

Jetex will be making a number of announcements at the conference linked to its global expansion strategy.

As part of Jetex’s global expansion plans, a third location opened in Japan in Kansai this year, while it celebrated 10 years at its Paris Le Bourget, France FBO.

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Jetex’s founder and CEO, Adel Mardini, said: “Our presence at the NBAA Business Aviation Conference is an opportunity to share our forward-thinking initiatives and services, amongst a record number of aviation professionals where we can discuss how we might further lead the business aviation industry to new heights.

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Current and prospective aircraft owners, manufacturers and customers will gather in Las Vegas from the 22-24 October to discover the latest innovations, learn about the future of air transportation and explore the best aircraft in the industry. 

The three-day event will host over 1000 exhibitors and 23,000 aviation professionals.

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