Nigerian business aviation firm, ‘Falcon Aerospace Limited’, has named France and US trained Ivorian citizen Jean-Claude Kouyo as its director of Growth for Europe, Middle East and African (EMEA) regions as the company steps up its global operations.
“We are glad to have JC (Jean-Claude) as we step up our global operations,” Erika Achum, chief executive officer announced.
“As a brilliant aviation expert and business strategist, his experience and insight will be valuable for our growth,” added Achum.
Kouye has over 20-year-experience in flight training, sales, strategy and marketing. The Ivorian based in France describes himself on his LinkedIn page as a true business aviation professional with more than 25 years of experience. Prior to his appointment, he worked for the aviation company Jetex as Regional Sales Manager-Africa.
He is graduate from Florida-based Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University where he landed a Bachelor of Science. He is also a graduate from the Air Force Technical School, Rochefort, France where obtained a B.E. in Propulsion.
‘Falcon Aero’ offers multiple customized services including aircraft charter and maintenance, acquisition, and fractional ownership. The company operates largely through its subsidiaries comprising business aviation services firm, Vivajets, digital aircraft charter platform, Charterxe, and charter per seat booking platform, FlyPJX. It recently established made forays in in other African countries, Europe and the Middle-East whilst, setting up an office in North America.