ExecuJet South Africa (stand 242) is all set for the 2010 Soccer World Cup, providing a range of client and aviation packages at its Johannesburg and Cape Town fixed-base operations. These packages range from a 15h SimplyFly membership card, to full concierge services and extended maintenance support.

ExecuJet has already booked over 350 business jet handling requests ahead of the 11 June kick-off and secured more than 60 confirmed charter bookings for clients. ExecuJet South Africa is preparing to manage an influx of over 300 business aircraft during the games.

"General aviation visitors to South Africa during the World Cup can rest assured that we are well prepared for hosting this world event. Slot co-ordination, fuel supply, security, customs and immigration procedures are well established. We have worked closely with the all the authorities to ensure a seamless but memorable visit and are able to process these through our facilities," says Ettore Poggi, managing director of ExecuJet South Africa.

ExecuJet handled the first World Cup request back in December when it hosted the delegation carrying the trophy to the official draw in Cape Town. It then flew international media to all 11 host cities for media coverage of the newly built stadiums.

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Source: Flight Daily News