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General Aviation services unveils new services and expanded presence

G.A.S. adds Mozambique, Botswana and Namibia to its Ground Support locations

General Aviation Services (G.A.S.) marks its return to EBACE (European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition) in Geneva, Switzerland, this year, building on the success of their debut in 2023. From 28-30 May, 2024, attendees can visit G.A.S. at stand i85, conveniently situated near the NBAA and EBAA stands.

Established in 1984, G.A.S. boasts 40 years of experience in facilitating seamless missions throughout Africa. Since its inception, G.A.S. has been committed to providing comprehensive support to its customers, comprising trip support companies, charter, and management operators, as well as private operators including air ambulance and cargo flights.

During EBACE 2024 they will be announcing some exciting news that will further enhance their service offerings, including significant expansions and integrations:

New Ground Services and Representation: G.A.S. extends its footprint to Botswana, Namibia and Mozambique bolstering its on-the-ground presence in key African regions. This strategic expansion aims to provide enhanced support and convenience to customers operating in these countries.

Integration with LEON Software: Recognising the growing need for streamlined operations, and service ordering, G.A.S. integrates with LEON software, meaning LEON users now have access to G.A.S.’s comprehensive range of services directly through their flight management screen in LEON, which results in immediate updates to flight plans, enhancing operational efficiency and reducing logistical challenges for air operators.

Building on their successful participation at EBACE 2023, G.A.S. reaffirms its dedication to excellence and customer satisfaction.

With a team of industry experts, including Founding Director Mohammed Tewfik and Director of Operations Hussein Qubah, G.A.S. invites visitors to stand i85 for engaging discussions and personalised solutions tailored to their operational needs within Africa.

Mohammed Tewfik, Founding Director of G.A.S., expressed excitement about the upcoming industry event, stating, “EBACE provides an unparalleled platform for us to connect with our existing customers and forge new partnerships.

“We are excited to showcase our expanded services and demonstrate our unwavering commitment to supporting our customers’ missions across Africa.

“Furthermore, our integration with LEON underscores G.A.S.’s commitment to leveraging technology for the benefit of our customers, simplifying the mission planning process and ensuring efficiency.”