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Spotlight

Eolo

Thu, 12/01/2016 - 12:43

As airports become more and more saturated by tourists taking advantage of increasingly accessible flights, businesses increasingly are turning to private aviation to shuttle busy executives across the country. Eolo is among the companies that are helping to serve this demanding segment, providing services with the aim of ensuring a smooth experience.

Located in Toluca, the Mexican heart of private aviation, Eolo is driven to meet the growing needs of executive travel. The company’s goal is to provide aircraft ground- handling services held to the strictest and highest quality standards, while delivering personalized services to passengers and crewmembers inside Eolo’s luxurious FBO.

Eolo’s FBO offers aeronautics services such as fueling, ramp services, including guidance for aircraft into and out of Eolo’s hangar, water cartage and luggage handling, among others. It also provides counseling regarding maintenance services with highly trained and experienced personnel. The FBO service is complemented by two closed hangars that accommodate aircraft parking and maintenance services. Aircraft cleaning, storage and overnight parking with permanent security personnel on site is available. Eolo also operates its own fuel truck as part of its strategy to make traveling as smooth as possible for its customers.

For air charter services, Eolo has a fleet of three models: a Challenger plane that can accommodate up to 12 people, a Hawker 800 with capacity for eight people and a Learjet for eight passengers and a pilot. Two helicopter models, an Agusta Koala and Agusta Grand, make up Eolo’s fleet. Every aircraft features the AvTrak maintenance system.

Eolo’s quality service helped lead the company to an alliance with Jetex, a flight support business based in Dubai that offers services such as ground handling, aircraft fueling, concierge services, a weather briefing for pilots and trip planning, among others. The alliance gives Eolo expert input on FBO updates and serves Jetex’ purposes of expanding its business operations in Latin America.

The alliance also adds an international component to Eolo that will aid the company in becoming an FBO for global operators and international operations. The co-branding of Eolo’s FBO with Jetex also increases the international exposure of the Mexican company, helping to increase its volume of operations and the country’s recognition as a high-quality center for private aviation.