The ExecuJet Aviation Group has been issued with an AOC by the New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority.
The AOC will allow the operator to commence base aircraft operations in the country, the first of which will be with a privately owned Gulfstream G550 which will be available for third party charter.
“We are really delighted to add the New Zealand AOC to our business,” Darren McGoldrick, managing director ExecuJet Australasia, said. “This region is an especially buoyant one with a high proportion of ultra high net worth individuals who recognise the time-saving benefits and ease of aircraft charter. We look forward to introducing our international experience in aircraft sourcing, maintenance, charter services and technical assistance into the New Zealand market.”
The NZ operation is ExecuJet’s eighth AOC, and will be managed by Execujet Australasia based in Sydney.
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