ExecuJet Africa is celebrating its prestigious status as operator of the first ever jet to land at St Helena Airport (HLE) in the South Atlantic Ocean.
Helicopters may be the motorcycles of the sky. While turboprops and jet-engine aircraft can get you quickly and safely from one airport landing strip to another, a helicopter can skip the runways and move “off road” between non-traditional takeoff and landing areas.
The refurbishment of any aircraft is no easy feat and there are many different facets to consider to ensure the project is completed without a hitch. That is why my role within ExecuJet as Head of Completions Management is so vital to the client.
Forget urban sprawl and uncivilised ports of entry. Instead, imagine rolling green hills dotted with clusters of shingled village roofs . . . bursts of glittering large towns interlaced with shimmering waterways . . . all woven together by swift-moving highways and rail lines. This is what it’s like to land at Cambridge International Airport. Having Cambridge as your home base for business aviation means having the rest of the U.K. and Europe handily at your doorstep, within minutes or a few short hours, without the hassle of extracting yourself from a busy city.
It’s early in the morning and you awake refreshed after an overnight flight from Europe. Anticipating your arrival at Del Norte International Airport in Monterrey, Mexico, your flight crew prepares you and the aircraft for landing.