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Money Aviation and ExecuJet Join arms in the pursuit of Aviation Sales

Posted 6 December 2017 · Add Comment

Money Aviation has announced a new collaboration with ExecuJet South Africa.

Together they will promote the selling and buying of pre-owned aircraft on the African continent.

"The bringing together of the teams from ExecuJet and Money Aviation opens the way for a bright new chapter for aviation sales across the African continent.” – Gavin Kiggen, Vice President Africa.

Both companies are located at Lanseria International Airport and have an active presence across the continent. To date, Money Aviation has specialised in the helicopter and turboprop markets whereas ExecuJet has primarily focused on the Jet market.

“Drawing on our vast internal knowledge base, our team at Money Aviation stands ready to make use of our large corporate network and extensive​ aviation experience to expand the sales capabilities of ExecuJet across the African continent” – Nigel Forrester, Sales Director – Money Aviation.

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