ExecuJet sets up Indonesian joint venture to manage 13 general aviation terminals

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ExecuJet's strategy to secure a foothold in the up-and-coming Indonesian market has moved a step closer following the signing of a joint venture agreement with newly created private company PT Dimitri Utama Abadi to manage up to 13 general aviation terminals (GAT) in the country.

The move follows on from a framework agreement - signed three months ago - between ExecuJet and state-owned airport and air traffic control provider Angkasa Pura 1 to design, construct and manage the GATs.

"The signing of this agreement is a wonderful opportunity for ExecuJet to establish operations in Indonesia, which we view as an important and strategic location for ExecuJet's South East Asia expansion", says ExecuJet Asia managing director Graeme Duckworth.

Operating under the PT ExecuJet Indonesia brand, Duckworth says the company "will manage the GATs in East Indonesia to the same standards and service levels delivered at our 16 other fixed-based operations around the world".