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Aviation company adds drones to African offering

4th August 2017 Multinational aviation company ExecuJet has added unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) services to its African facilities, Cape Town and Johannesburg, in South Africa, and Lagos, in Nigeria, enabling clients to carry out inspections, surveys, mapping and photography in greater detail. ExecuJet Cape... 

New charter helicopter to service remote mining areas

27th January 2017 Business aviation organisation ExecuJet Africa will use the 2017 Investing in African Mining Indaba, in Cape Town, to launch its new service offering – a VIP-configured Bell 407 charter helicopter, which will operate from the company’s fixed-base operator facility in Cape Town. 

Aviation company grows African fleet

4th March 2016 The African division of Swiss aviation company ExecuJet Aviation Group is expanding Africa’s managed and charter fleet with the addition of a Cessna Supervan 900, ideal for accessing locations with short, unprepared landing strips, such as mining sites. “ExecuJet Africa are excited about adding a... 

ExecuJet is exhibiting at Mining Indaba

28th January 2016 ExecuJet Africa, part of the ExecuJet Aviation group will be exhibiting at Mining Indaba, the world’s largest mining investment event, from February 8-11 in Cape Town, South Africa. ExecuJet will be showcasing its full suite of business aviation services, including aircraft management, helicopter... 
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Industry, business welcomes tough Budget, but warns govt to implement promised changes

Although Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has faced sharp criticism following the tabling of the 2018 Budget on Wednesday, particularly from opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, and the Congress of South African Trade Unions, industry bodies and business organisations have welcomed the... 

Nuclear industry group cautions against 'rushed decisions' on energy

The Nuclear Industry Association of South Africa (Niasa) has urged the government and energy sector to have a broad perspective in their energy planning and include nuclear in a balanced energy mix. The government should not be distracted by the fact that the country currently had an oversupply... 
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