ExecuJet inaugurates regional sales office in Saudi Arabia


ExecuJet Middle East, one of the region’s leading aviation services companies, inaugurated a new regional office for Saudi Arabia, as part of its strategy to drive sales and offer heightened levels of customer support in the private jet travel sector.

The new office will be headed by Saudi national, Dr Saad Al-Ahmad, account manager, ExecuJet Middle East. Dr Al-Ahmad, with the support of ExecuJet’s extended team in the region, will be responsible for enhancing the company’s presence in the Kingdom.
Commenting on the launch of the new office, Horm Irani, managing director, ExecuJet Middle East, said: “Given its size, resources, and growing population, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a critical market for ExecuJet.
For us to continue to build upon our success in the executive aviation sector, we have to be prepared to meet the needs of the region’s most influential people by providing the highest levels of service and the most advanced facilities available.”
“Our customers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have justifiably high expectations about the level of service, security and flexibility provided by their executive aviation experience, and we’re confident that the new office - under Saad Al-Ahmad’s direction - will help us to exceed those expectations,” added Irani.
The new office is based in Riyadh, and will offer ongoing support for customers in their use of executive jets, including a range of charter options, operational support, new and pre-owned jet sales, and aviation financing services.
Executives at ExecuJet have expressed confidence that, through their strong relationships in the Kingdom and with the support of the new office, they will be in a prime position to capitalize upon the country’s potential for rapid growth.
“The nature of our business dictates that we should always be prepared for any sort of demand from customers.
“We should be be able to respond to changing situations as well.
“Customers in Saudi Arabia often need flights at short notice or to be taken to destinations not covered by existing scheduled flights.
“We’re confident that our new presence on the ground will enable a higher level of response and innovation to suit their specific needs,” commented Dr Saad Al-Ahmad.