Jetex team at EBACE

EBACE 2019

The European exhibition draws to a close today after an inspiring week for the business aviation industry in Geneva. We launched Jetex TV and spoke with Ed Bolen, NBAA president, about the subjects affecting business aviation in 2019 and beyond. We also spoke with Jetex’s Founder and CEO, Adel Mardini, about the exciting achievements we accomplished since EBACE 2018. Adel Mardini was also proud to accept an award from Coporate Jet Investor as one of 30 Dealmakers in Aviation, congratulations!

Honda Aircraft production facility

This week Jetex partner, HondaJet, announced production expansion to accommodate demand for the HondaJet Elite. The facility in Greensboro, North Carolina will help to make the production process more efficient with automation technologies. The facility will meet production needs created by more demand from India and Brazil, after selling 37 aircraft globally in 2018. Honda Aircraft has also announced plans to boost awareness of it’s private jets in Japan, where uptake is slow for jet purchases. Events such as the G20 and 2020 Olympics, along with local partnerships are expected to boost aircraft sales as well as business travel awareness in the region.

Women in Aviation

With discussions taking place across multiple industries about the importance of welcoming women into all roles, we are keen to keep the conversation about women in aviation going. It’s encouraging to see upward trends in the aviation industry, with multinationals headed by women including Marillyn Hewson of Lockheed Martin and Leanne Caret of Boeing Defense, Space, and Security. On the ground – or rather in the air, India is leading the way for female pilots – employing twice the global average in statistics published by the International Society of Women Airline Pilots. Ed Bolen, NBAA President, discussed the importance of attracting new talent to the business aviation industry – female role models are important to encourage others to join and flourish.

Growth in Morocco

Business aviation in Morocco continues to grow and Jetex is at the forefront of FBO provision to support business travelers. As the first FBO provider in Marrakech we continue to see an increase in luxury leisure visits, as well as diplomatic visits to Rabat. As well as filling the gaps of jet travel in Morocco, Jetex Founder and CEO Adel Mardini hopes to attract new customers to the market with the provision of new VIP locations including Agadir and Tangier.

Illegal air charter

With the global rise of sharing apps like Air BnB and Uber, it’s no surprise the trend has reached business aviation. Advertised as a cost effective and convenient way to travel, apps such as Uberjets and Blackbird allow users to ‘rideshare’. This can lead to potential uncertainty into the operational boundaries between pilot/passenger and AOC conditions. This is commonly referred to in the aviation industry as ‘gray charter’. The NBAA suggests vigilance from customers and increased education about the differences between Part 91 and Part 135 operators, to avoid ambiguity and maintain safety standards.



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Bombardier Announcement

Jetex and Bombardier have signed an agreement for the establishment of a new Bombardier Line Maintenance Station at Jetex’s flagship FBO, Dubai Al Maktoum Airport.

Initially the service will offer unscheduled maintenance services and in the coming months move to a scheduled maintenance program. This new location joins 30 mobile units globally, equipped to support Bombardier Learjet, Challenger and Global business aircraft.

Find out more about the announcement at the press release.

Beijing Daxing International Airport to open in September

Beijing’s highly anticipated Beijing Daxing International Airport (IATA: PKX; ICAO: ZBAD) is set to open in September, after four test flights landed successfully on Monday May 13th. The airport will ease the pressure of neighboring Beijing Capital International Airport, Asia’s busiest, that reached capacity in 2013.

Daxing International will start to serve locations of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (also known as One Belt, One Road or OBOR) linking China and the new ‘Silk Road’. Cities on the route include Almaty (Kazakstan), Istanbul (Turkey), Athens, Greece and Rotterdam, Netherlands. Daxing will also serve Paris and London and by 2025 passenger traffic is estimated to reach 72 million.

23-year-old Captain Aarohi Pandit first woman to cross the Atlantic in LSA

Her 3,000km journey began in Wick, Scotland in July 2018 and ended this week at Iqaluit Airport in Canada. The record is more impressive when you learn about the size of the aircraft and the conditions she faced. The Light Service Aircraft (LSA) a small, single-engine Sinus 912 weighing a slight 400 kg took her over the Greenland ice-cap and through serious weather conditions.

Increase in electric aircraft programs

German consultancy Roland Berger has reported almost 170 electric powered aircraft programs are currently in progress. The growth, by nearly 50% since earlier in 2019, is driven by a need to focus on cleaner and more sustainable travel. Europe sees the highest number of projects – totaling 72, the USA following with 67 programs. Today saw the launch of an electric taxi prototype which aims to bring urban air mobility to the masses by 2025.

The trend resonates with Jetex’s vision and strategy to support electric aircraft in the executive aviation industry, with our partnership with Wright Electric. Wright Electric is striving to make every short haul flight a zero-emissions flight within 20 years. The airplanes, developed in collaboration with Jetex, will be 50% quieter and 10% less expensive to operate.

How does an electric aircraft compare to a standard fuel jet?  The estimated range is 540km or 335 miles, the equivalent to a flight from Jetex FBOs in Dubai to Muscat or Malaga to Casablanca on a single charge.

Jetex needs your help to redefine the FBO

FBOs have come a long way in the last 100 years – from simple refueling stops to exclusive and comfortable locations for the busy and discerning traveler. With such developments, Jetex Founder and CEO Adel Mardini is calling on the aviation industry and passengers to consider what makes an FBO today.

Read his open letter and let us know your thoughts on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.


Upcoming Events

EBACE countdown EBACE 2019 - Geneva

Final preparations are underway for EBACE 2019 Convention & Exhibition in Geneva, Switzerland. The event will see over 13,000 attendees from all over the world join for networking opportunities, face-to-face meetings as well as over 50 aircraft on display.

Jetex will be there at booth O89 to discuss how we can assist you in your executive aviation operations. We’ll also be making exciting announcements about our global network and our new agreement with Bombardier. We look forward to seeing you there.


IATA Fuel Forum

The bi-annual IATA Aviation Fuel Forum returns May 21-23 at the Athenaeum Intercontinental, Athens and sees airline representatives, fuel suppliers and IATA Strategic Partners discuss new policies and enhancements for productivity and efficiency.

Items on the agenda include industry safety and new filtration technologies, Hydrant design and commissioning and vehicle technologies.

Jetex has served more than 350 million gallons of fuel in the last decade and we partner with over 500 suppliers worldwide. In a constantly fluctuating market, our team works 24/7 to provide you with competitive prices and deliver fuel to wherever you are in the world, whenever you need it.

Contact our fuel team at for more information about the IATA Aviation Fuel Forum and to arrange a meeting.

Jetex Private Terminal launch

“In a fast-evolving world where the only constant is change and the successful people are the ones challenging the status quo, we’re challenging the history of aviation to not just redefine but reinvent the term Fixed Based Operator (FBO). We are initiating an opportunity for aviation experts and passengers alike to ask themselves what the term FBO means to them and to share what it means to us.

The description of an FBO labels it as a gas station for planes, but since its origin in 1918 it has progressed to becoming a relaxed and stress-free setting for busy travelers. Towards the end of WW1 civil aviation was virtually unregulated and consisted of mainly transient pilots, operating military surplus aircraft that landed wherever it could. This prompted pilots to set up temporary camps offering aircraft maintenance and flight training, which by 1926 when aviation regulations were put in place, then became what we now know one hundred years later as an FBO.

Since the launch of FBOs the need to travel for business has increased drastically and the demand for high standards even more so. Hence, I ask you to question whether you agree that the evolution of FBOs prompts a chance to rename them in order to fully celebrate the extent of what they now offer?

As FBOs formerly provided only operational support, there was a gap in the experience that the upmarket clientele who use private jets were receiving. FBOs now offer an assortment of services that include gym facilities, games rooms, quality food and beverage, concierge, movie theatres and not forgetting a fleet of cars to transport travelers comfortably over the tarmac to their jet.

The hospitality industry didn’t shy from producing unique names for places to stay. Whether guests visit a hotel, motel, bed and breakfast or hostel, they know the standard to expect from each, so why can’t we do the same for our global FBOs? The use of FBOs to solely take care of the operational logistics of traveling on a private jet is becoming a thing of the past and so should the name.

Change is inevitable and we believe that 100 years is enough. What would the natural evolution of the FBO as a name be?”


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Madrid Football Stadium

Spain’s central capital, Madrid, is home to world-renowned art galleries, elegant boulevards and baroque royal palaces scattered among expansive parks and plazas. It’s also the 2019 host of the UEFA Champions League Final, so we have put together a weekend break where you can soak up the tapas culture as well as cheer on the finalists.

Things to do in Madrid

Home to Picasso’s Guernica, arguably Spain’s most famous artwork, the Centro de Arte Reina Sofía is Madrid’s premier collection of contemporary art. In addition to a large selection of paintings by Picasso you can also admire the works of Salvador Dalí and Joan Miró.

Set in a lofty glass and wrought iron building the Mercado de San Miguel
is one of Madrid’s oldest markets. Order tapas from the counter bars and enjoy the bustling atmosphere.

Head to Madrid’s grand central square, Plaza Mayor, a rare but spacious opening in the tightly packed streets of central Madrid. One of the prettiest open spaces in Spain, a winning combination of imposing architecture, picturesque historical tales and vibrant street life. Enjoy a coffee or aperitif as you watch the crowds mingle.

After a day spent exploring the city treat yourself to a Michelin starred meal from one of the 21 awarded restaurants in the city. Jetex recommends Santceloni (at Hotel Hesperia) in the heart of Paseo de la Castellana, where Chef Óscar Velasco uses local market produce. In central Madrid we recommend Coque, Mario Sandoval’s creative and avant-garde cuisine.

For football fans the city of Madrid will host the UEFA Champions League final on the 1st June 2019. The final Europa league fixture will be played at Atletico Madrid’s famous stadium Estadio Metropolitano (Wanda Metropolitano), in front of a crowd of over 65,000. Jetex can organize VIP tickets to the final UEFA fixture as well as VIP transfers on the day. Contact for more information.

If your loyalties lie with Real Madrid then we can recommend a trip to the club’s famed Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. The stadium tour includes access to the bench, changing rooms, the pitch, press room, as well as the presidential box. Relive the club’s best moments as you admire the trophy and memorabilia collection in the Trophy Room and put yourself in the player’s shoes as you walk through the tunnel, the pitch and the changing rooms.

Where to stay in Madrid

The Ritz

Built in 1910 and located in the heart of Madrid’s Golden Triangle of art galleries, this charming Belle-Epoque style hotel is the ideal base for exploring the capital’s cultural gems.

Hotel Wellington

Located in the chic Salamanca neighborhood just a stone’s throw from Retiro Park, this famous Madrid hotel has been visited by royalty and Hollywood stars. Foodies will love its Michelin-starred Japanese restaurant, Kabuki Wellington, as well as its Basque restaurant, Goizeko Wellington.

Flying to Madrid

Chartering a jet to Madrid? Our Madrid (MAD/LEMD) team will ensure all aspects of your chartered flight are taken care of. Our location provides Ground handling and GSE services, Ramp supervision, Hangarage and US customs border protection clearance.

Contact us today to discuss your Madrid flight requirements, including our VAT exemption program for fuel uplift

Cannes Film Festival and Monaco Grand Prix

May marks one of the most exciting months of the year with several un-missable events on the French Riviera – including Cannes Film Festival and Monaco Grand Prix. Also known as the Cote D’Azur, the Mediterranean shoreline of the southeast corner of France is recognized for its breathtaking coastline views, azure blue sea and luxury jet-set lifestyle.

Starting with the celebrity-filled red carpets at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival (14th -25th May), followed by the ultimate adrenaline rush of the 77th annual Monaco Grand Prix (25th-27th May), both Cannes and Monaco have pulled out all the stops to deliver the most exclusive events, best nightclubs and hottest DJs this summer. Jetex can arrange invitations to Opening & Closing ceremonies, film premieres and exclusive galas and after-parties including Chopard and Vanity Fair. If you’re ready to continue the party into the early hours, we can also organize VIP nightclub access at all the best nightlife spots in Cannes. Speak to our Experience team and they can take care of the rest.

Things to see on the Cote D’Azur

Away from the paparazzi and after-parties the Cote D’Azur offers visitors a wealth of antique architecture and beautiful works of art. Monet, Renoir, Picasso, Chagall and Matisse were greatly inspired by the beauty of the region. Jetex recommends a visit to Antibes, boasting the National Picasso Museum, featuring the work “War and Peace” portraying the painter’s love for the area.
For those with a passion for architecture and antiquity, the Greek Villa of Kerylos, the Cimiez Arenas and the Tropaeum Alpium are all evidence of strong ties linking the Côte d’Azur to ancient times. Italy has had a strong influence on French Riviera architecture; the Villa Ephrussi Rothschild, the Chapelle Notre-Dame des Fontaines and the Jean Cocteau Museum (Severin Wunderman collection) in Menton are all excellent examples.

Podium finish in Monaco

Probably the most famous fixture in Formula 1, the Monaco Grand-Prix takes place on the winding streets of Monaco itself – the Circuit de Monaco. The event, run since 1929, makes for a thrilling display as drivers attempt to overtake on the narrow bends as spectators watch from their yachts and the streets. This year expect to see Ferrari newcomer Charles Leclerc battle it out between his team mate Sebastien Vettel and Mercedes rival Lewis Hamilton.

After the podium finish the principality is filled with partying and celebrations into the early hours with opportunities to brush shoulders with drivers and celebrities. Head to the legendary Jimmy’z Monte-Carlo for world-renowned DJ’s, or the highly recommended Sunset bar for an all-day party overlooking yachts in the bay. Jetex can recommend the best dining locations and handle all reservations for your Monaco stay.

If you would like to appreciate all that the Cote D’Azur has to offer from the sea, then we can arrange a private yacht charter in the French Riviera. Enjoy a sunset catamaran cruise for an evening or avoid the crowds as you make your way leisurely to the Monaco Grand Prix by yacht.

Traveling to Cannes Film Festival and Monaco Grand Prix

As well as organizing your trip itinerary and securing tickets to exclusive events we can also assist you with aircraft charter to Cannes and Monaco. During this high traffic period we would recommend securing PPR slots, local transport and accommodation as soon as possible in order to avoid disappointment.
Nice (LFMN/NCE) is the preferred airport for Cannes and Monaco with Cannes (LFMD/CEQ) as alternate. Both airports mandate airport slots and prior permission required (PPR). Nice operates 24/7 and can accommodate all aircraft sizes. If you are traveling to Cannes note that the airport is operational from 0800 until 30 minutes after sunset only, with a maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) of 35,000kg. At Nice customs, immigration and quarantine (CIQ) takes place in the general aviation terminal (GAT) between 0800-2100 or at the main terminal or GAT at CIQ’s discretion after these hours. At Cannes CIQ will always be completed at the main terminal.

It is possible that Nice may experience fuel shortages in this period, so it’s suggested to fuel on arrival or partially refuel. A NOTAM will be issued if there is a fuel shortage and uplifts will be limited. Local transport and crew transport will also be in demand during this time, so speak to our Trip Planning team who can make the necessary arrangements with our local contacts. Contact for more information and advice.

EBACE 2019

Business leaders, manufacturers, government officials and business aviation professionals will soon gather at Geneva’s Palexpo for the 18th annual European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) from May 21st – 23rd. For pilots and operators it’s the perfect business aviation exhibition to learn about the latest advances in private aviation.

The leading European event exclusively for the business aviation market, EBACE is jointly hosted by the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) and the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) – the foremost organization for the business aviation industry in the United States. Although the event focuses on the European market, attendees travel from Africa, the Middle East, Asia and North and South America.

Attendees of the famous aviation show in Geneva will benefit from face to face meetings with industry-leading vendors, side by side comparison of over 50 aircraft and opportunities to network with 13,000 business aviation professionals. Find out a full list of the exhibitors at the official EBACE 2019 Exhibitor List.

Have a look at the EBACE 2019 floorplan and full schedule of events. For EBACE 2019 registration you can find out more at the EBACE website. Your registration includes entry to all the exhibits, the static display and most educational seminars.

Visit Jetex at EBACE

Jetex is a major sponsor of EBACE 2019 again (see our post for EBACE 2018) at booth O89 – stop by for exciting announcements about our growing global network and learn more about how we offer full support for general aviation including luxury FBOs, trip planning, permit arrangements, flight following, ground handling, fuel uplifts, aircraft sales, and bespoke concierge services.

EBACE Location and Venue

Palexpo is Geneva’s biggest exhibition and convention center. Its size is impressive, housing 106,000 square meters of interconnected event space. It’s conveniently located adjacent to both Geneva International Airport and the city’s rail station, Palexpo. The venue is also easily accessible by motorway from the rest of Switzerland, as well as from France, Germany, and Italy. On-site parking is available for 2,800 vehicles.

The Palexpo venue is located just 10 minutes’ walk from Geneva Airport and its railway station and a 15-minute bus ride from the city center. Trains operate at regular intervals and take only 10 minutes to run between the airport and the jet conference.

EBACE2019 Program Schedule

As well as the many exhibits and static aircraft displays, attendees can join a variety of Keynote speeches, panelist discussions and networking events throughout the event. You can find out more about the program and timings at the schedule here.

Flying to Geneva


Geneva Airport (IATA: GVA, ICAO: LSGG) is the main international airport serving Geneva. LSGG functions as an Airport of Entry (AoE) and offers a full range of General Aviation (GA) support services and ground handling equipment for business aircraft. The airport operates from 06:00 – 22:00 local time, seven days a week. No overtime is possible and all arrivals must be on the ground by 22:00, otherwise, they face being diverted to another airport. Departures must be in the air by 21:45 at the latest. The airport is usually busy throughout the day. As there is only one runway, delays can sometimes occur due to inclement weather. However, this should not be an issue during the month of May, when conditions are generally favorable.

During EBACE, some of the parking areas normally used by GA will be restricted due to the static aircraft display. As a result, overnight parking may be limited during the event period.

Alternate Airports

Alternate airports which can be used for repositioning include Lyon–Saint Exupéry Airport (IATA: LYS, ICAO: LFLL)Zürich Airport (IATA: ZRH, ICAO: LSZH) and Basel Mulhouse Freiburg (IATA: MLH, ICAO: LFSB). All function as AoEs and offer a full complement of GA support services. However, due to their relatively long distances from the EBACE venue (140km, 280km, and 255km respectively), Geneva Airport remains the best available option. In order to guarantee your spot, it is recommended to ensure that all permits, slots, and permissions are arranged well in advance.

Landing permits for Switzerland

Swiss landing permits are mandatory only for charter (non-scheduled commercial) flights. Private non-revenue flights do not require landing permits. Documents which need to be submitted with the permit application include the plane’s airworthiness and registration certificates, air operator certificate (AOC), and insurance details. The official lead time is five working days, although permits are usually processed within two or three days.

Airport Slots & PPR

Slots are issued in 19-minute blocks, with all timings strictly enforced. Once the request has been approved, a confirmation number will be provided which should be entered in the remarks section of the flight plan. Prior Permission Required (PPR) is not usually required at LSGG, however, due to heavy traffic must be obtained during the EBACE period and other business conventions.

Fuel Uplift

VAT is applied on fuel sales in Switzerland. Enroll in our VAT exemption program today and experience the benefits of VAT-free fueling across 18 European countries. For further details, please contact

Customs & Immigration

Customs and immigration are cleared within the general aviation terminal at LSGG and is usually a fast and straightforward process. Passports of passengers and crew must have a remaining validity of at least six months. Visas may be required, depending on nationality. There are no visas on arrival in Switzerland, so they must be arranged prior to departure.


Hotels in Geneva will have higher prices and stricter cancellation policies during the EBACE period, with four-star accommodation running as high as $300 – 500 USD per night. Jetex has the connections necessary to secure the best available accommodation, at highly competitive rates. Contact our travel team today to discuss your EBACE hotel requirements.

Arrange Your Trip with Jetex

Traveling to Geneva for EBACE 2019? Arrange your trip with Jetex!

Our dedicated operations team is on standby 24/7 to look after all the technical details of your journey, allowing you to relax and focus on the purpose of your Geneva visit. We can also help you plan your trip for the NBAA business aviation convention & exhibition in Las Vegas.

Want to book a once in a lifetime yacht cruise? Or find the best luxury villa? Our concierge team has the contacts and the knowledge to book your perfect trip.

To find out more about our services, please contact our team on +971 4 212 4000 or email


The 2019 G20 Summit takes place for the first time in Japan on June 28th and 29th. World leaders from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Republic of Korea, Republic of South Africa, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States of America, and European Union (EU) come together to discuss subjects such as trade and investment, climate change and digitalization.

Traveling to the G20 Summit

The primary entry airport will be RJBB/KIX/Kansai Airport. Due to diplomatic restrictions, flights to and from the USA will be serviced from the secondary airport RJOO/ITM/Osaka Airport. Jetex recently announced our newest location in Osaka where we can make all the necessary arrangements for private jet travel – including permits, fuel uplift and handling services at Kansai International.


From 25 June 2019 1500Z until 30 June 2019 1500Z, all aircraft operating to Osaka/RJBB are not permitted to remain for parking unless they are:

  • Scheduled flights (Commercial airlines)
  • Passengers are participating in the G20
  • Emergency landing or ambulance flights.
  • Aircraft with prior special permission


Jetex at Osaka Kansai Airport can support your flight with a full range of services including Ground Handling, Security services, FBO customs & immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) facilities, fuel uplift and 24/7 operations. Our team can also assist with crew travel arrangements in Osaka, including hotel bookings and transportation.

Jetex Osaka services

Extend your stay

If you are looking to travel to Japan and enjoy more of its history, gastronomy and landscapes our Jetex Experience team can design your personalized Japan itinerary. Relax in the Onsen Hot Springs in Nagano or enjoy views over Tokyo while you enjoy a spa treatment at the Mandarin Oriental.

Introducing a new significant feature to our trip planning service. Flight Following uses real-time weather and airspace data to reduce the impact of disruptive events on your journey.

This global view allows our team to optimize operations and communicate directly with the aircraft’s crew, assisting in real-time decision making.

How will Flight Planning benefit you?

  • Proactive monitoring ensures weather and unexpected events do not adversely impact the journey – our team can organize a new route and necessary permits, additional ground support, as well as assist with any emergency requests
  • Real time communication with crew to ensure fast decision making to reduce the effect on operations
  • You can be sure of accurate information – flight data is integrated from multiple sources, including Surface: ASDE-X; FAA ASDI: USA, CAN, UK, Oceanic; EUROCONTROL: CFMU/EFD; ADS-B, MLAT internationally; and customer data from ACARS, and SATCOM.
  • Helps minimize fuel consumption and risk of returning to gate for fuel
  • Improve safety for passengers and crew

If you need a trip planning service, Jetex can support your journey with:

  • Obtaining Overflight Permits
  • Flight Planning
  • Entry & Landing Permits
  • Ground Handling
  • Fuel Service
  • Passenger & Crew Transportation

To find out more about Flight Planning and Jetex’s Trip Planning services, please speak to your Account Manager or get in touch below:

Sitting on the Southern end of Spain is the city of Málaga. This city is amongst the oldest cities in the world and homes our Málaga Location.

This city that rests on the Costa del Sol [Coast of the Sun] is the capital of the Province of Málaga. This municipality capital is also the 6th most populous city in Spain. In 2016, Málaga was nominated as a candidate for the “European Capital of Culture” because of its important cultural infrastructure and display of artistic heritage.

The city’s roots run deep with history and stories, but it also plays a more significant role within its country as well. For southern Spain, Málaga is the region’s economic and financial center – and is home to the region’s largest bank. This city relies on three main industries to keep it growing and prosperous – tourism, construction and technology services.

Visitors just can’t help but be attracted to this wondrous city and Pablo Ruiz Picasso’s birthplace. The Málaga Airport [IATA: AGP, ICAO: LEMG] is the fourth busiest airport in the country. This comes as no surprise with 18.6 million passengers passing through the region’s main international airport in 2017.

Landing in Málaga

There is a beauty in exploring the different cities and countries all over the world. Whether you’re traveling for business purposes or for tourism, you’ll want to be streamlined through the busy Málaga Airport. This airport connects flights from around 60 counties and is always buzzing with passengers. So, why not fast track your journey by passing through our Málaga Location?

Our Málaga Location is fully equipped and ready to handle your requests:

  • Ground Handling
  • Obtaining Overflight Permits
  • Flight Planning
  • Entry & Landing Permits
  • Aircraft Maintenance
  • Passenger & Crew Transportation
  • Passenger & Crew Passport Clearance
  • Passenger & Crew Baggage Clearance
  • Concierge Services
  • In-flight Catering
  • Executive Lounge
  • Crew Lounge
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Multilingual & Multicultural Understanding Staff
  • Car Parking Facilities
  • Shower Facilities

An Unbeatable Location

Getting around this historic and artistic city isn’t very difficult. Leaving the airport and going to where you can see the most beautiful coastal sceneries, Puerto de Málaga, only takes 20 minutes. Going to Picasso Museum Malaga to see some of Picasso’s best works will only take 30 minutes. Exploring Alcazaba, the most iconic landmark in the city, is around a 27-minute drive.

For Your Aircraft

Málaga’s busy airport has a 10,499-ft [~3,200 meters] long runway. This runway is able to handle any type of aircraft. This facility offers aircraft maintenance. All you have to do is let the Jetex team know to get everything arranged for your journey.

Permits, Permissions & Slots

Flights traveling to the mystical Málaga will need Overflight and Landing Permits, amongst other documents – such as PPRs. But, you won’t need to worry. The Jetex team can arrange your trip and get your documentation in order so that you can focus on everything that is important to you.

Save on VAT

Domestic or private flights will have to pay VAT on fuel purchases in Spain. However, if the flight is commercial or international, then VAT cannot be applied unless the fuel is bought through a global reseller. In Spain, Jetex is a registered VAT company. This means that your flight classifies for an exemption on VAT. Take advantage of our VAT network by enrolling with us.

For Bookings:
T1: +34 95 204 82 15
T2: +34 686 30 84 60

The Middle East and North Africa Business Aviation Association [MEBAA] show is quick approaching.

The MEBAA show is one of the biggest events to take place in the aviation industry’s calendar. The event is taking place from the 10th to the 12th of December 2018. The Dubai World Central [DWC] Airshow Site is set to host the exhibition and is expected to attract companies and industry professionals from across the industry.

MEBAA Show 2018

Tarsus F&E LLC Middle East will be running and organizing this go-to exhibition on behalf of MEBAA. The show’s 9th edition is highly-anticipated and will provide an unrivaled platform for exhibitors to strengthen and create relationships with customers and competitors.

Visitors attending the event will also be given the opportunity to walk through the static aircraft display – which features the newest jets to be introduced to the market. Along with the main exhibition, there will be a number of speakers at the conference to discuss and bring a focus to the latest trends within the business aviation sector.

Previous MEBAA events have played a pivotal role in market growth. This growth has been achieved through the valuable platform given to aviation professionals to discuss and address the issues the business aviation community is facing across the region. It is here that concern over topics like cybersecurity, aviation finance, and innovation can be spoken about in depth while providing potential solutions.

This year, MEBAA is focused on the new trends occurring within the industry. Blockchain is one topic that attendees can be sure to hear about as discussions over the technology’s basics, potential, and benefits are established.

MEBAA & Jetex, Exceeding Expectations

Jetex has once again been appointed as the event’s official FBO and Handler, a prestigious title that reflects the high standard of service that is enjoyed by our elite clientele. MEBAA and Jetex have worked in partnership since 2014. Together the two organizations have successfully curated and led some of the most significant aviation shows in the MENA region – including the 2014 MEBAA Show, the 2017 Dubai Airshow, and more. The dedicated Jetex team will coordinate the static aircraft display areas and provide expert ground handling services at the MEBAA Show 2018.

Dubai FBO, An FBO Like No Other

Jetex is proud to offer a full range of flight support services from its flagship executive FBO at DWC. This unique facility combines the highest standards of hospitality with state-of-the-art infrastructure and is proud to have been the first IS-BAH Stage 2, and NATA Safety First certified FBO in the MENA region.

Catering specifically to VIP clients, Jetex FBO Terminal Dubai offers outstanding facilities for both passengers and crew. The bright and spacious lounges boast a selection of first-class amenities including dining areas, private seating, meeting rooms, shower facilities and crew rest areas. Jetex’s friendly and professional team is on hand to deliver an array of high-end concierge services, including limo hire, hotel booking, and fine dining reservations. A wide range of tours and excursions can also be arranged, from adventurous desert safari experiences to exhilarating private helicopter tours of the city.

If you want to know more about how Jetex can complete your journey call us on +971 4 212 4900 or contact us on

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