ExecuJet, a Luxaviation Group subsidiary, signed an exclusive agreement with Israel-based aviation company Flyeast, to provide VIP passenger processing, concierge services, flight arrangements, and private aircraft charter at the Fattal Terminal (Ben Gurion International Airport), the country’s first private luxury passenger facility.
Mike Berry, ExecuJet’s President Aviation Services and Vice President Middle East, said, “We’re now finalizing key project elements such as passenger flow within the VIP passenger lounge within the Fattal Terminal. We’re planning to deliver the highest service levels to our many valued clients.”
ExecuJet, the second-largest operator of private jets in the world, owns 133 executive jets of various sizes, deployed all over the world. Its new partner, Israeli FlyEast, specializes in tourism to the Far East for the past 20 years, with local branches in various Asian countries.
According to Mike Berry, ExecuJet’s President Aviation Services and VP Middle East, “We’re now finalizing key project elements such as passenger flow within the VIP passenger lounge within the Fattal Terminal. We’re planning to deliver the highest service levels to our many valued clients.
“Despite the challenges facing the global aviation industry,” said Berry, “we continue to concentrate on innovation and the expansion of our outstanding services across the Middle East and, indeed, the world.”
Yariv Fisher, Chairman of FlyEast, added, “The private jets industry gained momentum due to the pandemic. We saw this as an opportunity to expand the company’s business operations. The agreement with ExecuJet was born out of a long acquaintance with Group executives in Dubai. I have found ExecuJet to be a professional organization with the highest standards, where customer experience is a top priority. We launched our maiden flight with ExecuJet in September 2020, close to the signing of a historic agreement between Israel and the UAE, when we joined the first delegation of leading Israeli business people, headed by Dov Kotler, CEO of Bank Hapoalim.”