Avjet Announces FBO in Seoul Korea

Avjet Corporation, a worldwide provider of large cabin private jet services, announced that Avjet Asia and Korea Airport Corporation (KAC) will open a fixed base operation (FBO) in Seoul, Korea. KAC announced that Avjet Asia has a multi-year contract to manage the FBO.

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With this partnership between Korea Airport Corporation and Avjet Asia, the gap in aviation services development is being quickly recognized as a stepping stone to boosting future growth.

Burbank, CA (PRWEB) December 23, 2013

Avjet Corporation, a worldwide provider of large cabin private jet services, announced that Avjet Asia and Korea Airport Corporation (KAC) will open a fixed base operation (FBO) in Seoul, Korea. KAC announced that Avjet Asia has a multi-year contract to manage the FBO.

Avjet Asia was one of the first private aviation companies to recognize the importance of forging aviation partnerships in Korea – home of Samsung, LG, Hyundai, SK Group and other multi-national corporations – and other Asian markets.

Because each nation has its own unique market dynamics, business travel culture, and regulatory requirements, Avjet Asia relied on guidance from KAC and its leader, President Kim, during the development of plans for the new FBO.

“President Kim’s insight, leadership and vision for the growth of the Korean corporate aviation market makes Avjet Asia very proud to be the partner in this process,” said Avjet’s Chairman, Marc Foulkrod.

Over the past five years, the Asian Pacific region has shown strong double-digit growth in the aviation sector. China and the surrounding countries are experiencing strong business growth, and a highly developed aviation infrastructure is proving to be a vital driver of this growth. However, business aviation in many areas in Asia is still underdeveloped.

“With this partnership between Korea Airport Corporation and Avjet Asia, the gap in aviation services development is being quickly recognized as a stepping stone to boosting future growth,” Foulkrod said.

The Seoul FBO is scheduled to break ground in February 2014 and commence operations in October 2015.

About Avjet Asia

Avjet Asia Fixed Base Operation and Ground Handling Services Company has a primary office at Gimpo International Airport (RKSS) and a second office at Incheon International Airport (RKSI), both located in Seoul, South Korea. These convenient locations position Avjet Asia to provide a comprehensive suite of aircraft ground handling services for any airport in South Korea, including Landing and Overflight permits and Tech and Cargo flight stops. Avjet Asia also handles all passenger and crew needs, including Customs and Immigration clearance escort services, all hotel and catering needs, transportation and more. Visit http://www.avjet.com/avjet-worldwide/asia/ to find out more about how Avjet Asia can help with all your business travel needs in South Korea.

About Avjet Corporation

Avjet Corporation has been in business for 34 years and is a leader in private air travel services, offering services worldwide that cover all aspects of business jet management and travel. Avjet handles large cabin, long-range aircraft sales and acquisitions, executive charter, aircraft management and aircraft completions. Avjet’s aircraft management programs help business jet owners make the most efficient use of their aircraft.

Avjet works in all key aircraft markets worldwide. Because of our global reach, we’re also able to help expedite aircraft purchases and sales. Our sales personnel have unparalleled expertise in aircraft acquisition.

Avjet works with companies, heads of state, and entertainers and sports professionals around the globe, offering assistance with all facets of private jet travel. Visit http://www.avjet.com for more information on Avjet Corporation and its many services.


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