Jetex Flight Suport expands into Toluca in Mexico

Terry Spruce
By Terry Spruce November 19, 2015 14:49

Jetex Flight Suport expands into Toluca in Mexico

Jetex Flight Support has entered into an agreement with EOLO for EOLO’s FBO to become a co-branded facility.

As part of the agreement, the FBO located in Toluca, Mexico will start operating as Jetex-EOLO this November, adding to Jetex’s worldwide network of FBOs.

Toluca is the most important airport in Mexico for business aviation with Mexico being the second biggest market for business aviation in Latin America.

“We have been working diligently on our presence in Latin America and 2015 has seen the company grow from strength to strength in the region.”

Jetex Flight Support’s CEO and president said: “We have been working diligently on our presence in Latin America and 2015 has seen the company grow from strength to strength in the region. By partnering with some of the region’s most prominent names, we aim to expand our service offerings and ensure the clients in Latin America have their needs met.”

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This will be the company’s first FBO in Mexico. The facility features include an executive lounge, ground handling, office space, fueling services, aircraft parking facilities and a fuel room. Clients will benefit from the multilingual abilities of staff which include English and Spanish.

“It is not about what we want or what our strategy dictates us. “

Fernanda Hinojosa, general director of EOLO added: “It is not about what we want or what our strategy dictates us.  We are in a new time where customers are asking for exceptional service, and it is simple, we need to be customer oriented and grant world class services.  We assessed ourselves and looked for the right ally to take us to the next level.  We are confident Jetex is the right business partner that embraces our culture and values.  The best is still to come. We will set the pace for Mexico’s Corporate Aviation new standards.”

 

Terry Spruce
By Terry Spruce November 19, 2015 14:49

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