(MENAFN - Morocco World News) Jetex Flight Support, a trip planning and aircraft handling company, announced it has secured a tender from the Moroccan National Airports Authority (ONDA), and will launch five new Fixed Base Operator (FBO) facilities in the country.
The Dubai-based Jetex has already begun private jet ground support at Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport, Marrakech Menara, and Rabat-Sale airports. The company was named as the exclusive ground services provider for the Agadir-Al Massira and Dakhla airports. 'By partnering with Jetex, ONDA marks a new strategic step in the development of business aviation activity across Morocco's airports,' said Zouhair Mohammad El Aoufir, ONDA's CEO. 'Jetex is a global player in the industry, and these new FBO installations will undeniably bring a significant improvement in hosting and handling passengers across business aviation,' he added. Adel Mardini, CEO and President of Jetex, said that the company is proud to partner with ONDA in order to revolutionize 'Morocco’s business aviation industry with its first FBO facility'. “We aim to provide world-class bespoke luxury services and create a memorable travel experience for our valued guests while offering new business aviation routes to meet the needs of this rapidly growing market,” he said. Mardini toldAINahead of the show that Morocco is very important for his company, 'first of all because it's a stable country, a destination for private jets, and it has the highest number of flight movements in North Africa.'