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Signature Flight Support has signed agreement with Lanseria Jet Centre

Posted 24 May 2016 · Add Comment

Signature Flight Support has signed an agreement with Lanseria Jet Centre to become a Signature Select affiliate.

The BBA Aviation company announced the contract at the 2016 European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE), and will provide the South African centre with such as a crew lounge, private Wi-Fi, refreshments, flight planning and weather services and a crew bus for airport transfers.
 
“Signature’s presence in South Africa at Cape Town is now complemented by this agreement with Lanseria Jet Centre. Johannesburg and Cape Town are the two largest aviation hubs in South Africa and this provides our customers with consistent, world-class flight support services,” said Mark Johnstone, managing director, BBA Aviation Flight Support, EMEA.
 
“Our decision to join as a Signature Select was driven by the unsurpassed value proposition not only for our customers, but also the best practices in the industry that have made Signature Flight Support the world’s leading FBO network,” said Steve Anderson, CEO, Lanseria Jet Centre.
 
The contract will also provide Lanseria Jet Centre with onsite line maintenance, aircraft detailing, toilet and water services and fuel coordination. 
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