JETability, the recently launched business aviation solution provider from Marshall Aerospace, is enjoying a strong start to 2013. The company’s aircraft sales and acquisitions arm, led by experienced Sales Director, Howard Povey, now has four aircraft listed on its pre-owned inventory, with more in the pipeline. The business, which launched in late 2012, is currently marketing a King Air C90GTi, a King Air F90-1, a King Air B200 and a Cessna Citation Jet.
“Considering we only launched at the beginning of December 2012 we are happy to be building up a good portfolio relatively quickly. Our initial focus has been on the turboprop and light jet market segment, but we are now in active dialogue with owners of mid to large business jets and this is very much an area JETability is targeting for 2013.”
JETability is participating alongside sister company Cambridge Airport at the 24th NBAA Schedulers and Dispatchers show in San Antonio, Texas, USA, during January 22-25. Stand 122. JETability will be promoting its customer-focused, “one call, one team” philosophy to the business aviation sector. Headed by Managing Director Steve Jones, JETability was launched to address the needs of private business aircraft owners and corporations alike. It offers a full range of services including Aircraft Management, Maintenance, MRO, Chartering, Sales, Concierge and Consultancy - all of which are available through its bespoke call centre. www.jetability.com. From the lineage of one of the largest and longest established aerospace companies in Europe, JETability offers a whole spectrum of services in one location.
Representing JETability in San Antonio will be Pauline Smith, JETability’s Customer Services Executive. Pauline joined Marshall Aerospace a few months ago from Al Bateen Executive Airport where she was senior FBO Manager. Pauline brings a wealth of experience in customer relations with former positions at ExecuJet and Harrods Aviation.
Also represented in Orlando is sister company Marshall Executive Aviation, which is using the show to promote its fleet of executive aircraft available for charter, which includes a Cessna Citation C560 XLS, a Cessna Citation C550 and a Bombardier Challenger 300.
MEA operates from three main bases (London Stansted, London Luton and Cambridge) with operating capability from all London airports. MEA was awarded an AOC extension in 2012, enabling its Challenger (G-KALS) to operate to North and South America, Africa, the Middle East and Russia, together with popular European destinations. It is anticipating Canadian FAOC approval imminently.