A-Group, the owner of FBOs at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo and St Petersburg’s Pulkovo international airports, will participate in European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE ‘2018) in the end of May.
EBACE is one of most important events in the world of business aviation. A-Group takes part in this event every year, and, this year, the company welcomes EBACE participants and visitors to its booth B75, which will be located on the main Palexpo walkway.
This year, A-Group will present its important infrastructure upgrades, which were recently made at FBOs in Moscow and St Petersburg. A special mention in this regard should be made regarding the brand-new apron in Moscow, which was designed especially for business aviation aircrafts.
It has been revealed that the exhibitors and guests who will appoint and hold meetings with the A-Group Sales Team during EBACE days will receive a pleasant gift – a free certificate for the VIP parking service on the new FBO Moscow business aviation apron.
A-Group has offered a VIP aircraft parking service since 2015, and it is always highly demanded among passengers of the Sheremetyevo business aviation center.
Parking the aircraft right next to the terminal allows you to observe, from the panoramic windows, its preparations for the flight and saves you time for transfer to the plane. And, of course, it is a significant symbol of your glory.
A-Group’s CCO, Sergei Ryzhov comments, “The VIP parking is an advantage of the business aviation center in Sheremetyevo, favorably distinguishing us from many other FBOs in Russia and Europe.
Our passengers can board the plane or helicopter just a few steps from the terminal. We decided to make a nice gift for our partners whom we will meet in Geneva, which will help them to enjoy this advantage. So, welcome to Moscow, Sheremetyevo!”
Nadezhda Turovskaya, Marketing Director of A-Group, adds, “This year, we’ve got a lot of great news. We are honored to receive guests and participants of the FIFA World Cup, which will start in Russia right after the EBACE.
The facilities of our infrastructure will be significantly expanded, not least because of the new apron, which will accommodate up to 23 aircraft. “