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Mark Abbot announced as new Vertis Aviation Africa partner

Posted 8 September 2015 · Add Comment

Vertis Aviation has announced that Mark Abbott has joined Vertis Aviation Africa as a partner, effective immediately.

Abbott will be based at the Johannesburg office, focusing on exploring new aircraft options to introduce into the market.

With 17 years of experience in the business aviation sector, Abbott has a vast amount of experience, including serving as Group FBO Director for ExecuJet.
 
As part of his role, Abbott will be managing the African business development as well as working alongside existing Vertis partners to plan the company’s strategic development.
 
“I’m delighted to be joining the Vertis Aviation Africa business. Africa is an exciting business aviation market, full of opportunities for a dynamic and forward thinking company like Vertis which is in a prime position to maximise this growth potential,” Abbot said on his new position.
 
Abbot will also speak as a panelist at the African Business Aviation Association (AfBAA) symposium, during September 24-25th in Addis Ababa, sharing his experience in the business. 

 

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