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Jetex prepares for traffic increase during Paris Fashion Week
As the world’s top models and designers gear up for Paris Fashion Week, Jetex is prepared for increased traffic between February 26th and March 6th.
Indeed, Jetex’s stylishly designed FBO at Paris Le Bourget is the ideal gateway to the event.
After years of rapid expansion, Jetex has become a significant player at Paris Le Bourget, handling a substantial number of aircraft movements and offering services such as weather, NOTAMs, flight planning and 24-hour security arrangements, not to mention satellite TV, snooze rooms and showers. It boasts a Le Royal VIP lounge designed for heads of state and VVIP travelers, which includes enhanced staff and crew areas.
There’s ground equipment for all types of aircraft and more than 20,000 square meters of aircraft parking – that’s the largest amount of parking for executive aircraft in all of Paris. Jetex’s facility also provides the shortest possible distance between aircraft and car.
“Since we launched Jetex Paris in 2009, we’ve achieved our mission of re-defining ground handling, while setting new standards for FBO quality,” says Richard Webb, FBO manager. “We’ve worked hard to ensure that we’ve got the best trained staff, the best facilities, the best safety standards, and the best of everything else.”
People arriving during Paris Fashion Week can count on Jetex’s concierge service to take care of limousine, helicopter transfers, flowers and shopping. And with a strong network in the Paris region, Jetex ensures it can book the right hotel for each customer’s specific needs.
“Paris Fashion Week is an excellent opportunity for us,” adds Webb. “There’s sure to be an increase in visitors so we’re looking forward to showcasing our exclusive range of services while utilizing our experience in dealing with the world’s highest profile customers.”
Paris Fashion Week is an apparel trade show held semi-annually in Paris, France with Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter events held each year.