Albinati partnership with Cool Aviation includes management of new Pilatus PC24


Albinati Aeronautics and COOL Aviation have just announced a partnership which entrusts COOL’s new Pilatus PC-24 to be managed and operated by Albinati Aviation, Malta. The aircraft will be operated from its headquarters in Geneva, where it also will be based. Albinati said the PC-24 will offer customer access to virtually 100% of airports globally.

Alexandre Coigny, CEO of COOL Aviation, said: “[We] wanted to entrust the management of this innovative aircraft to an internationally renowned operator, known for the quality and reliability of its services, its 24/7 availability and counting among its customers prestigious international companies and HNWI [High New Worth Individuals] with particularly high expectations. Albinati Aeronautics was selected as the partner of choice as it meets all the criteria thanks, inter alia, to its 20 years of experience”.

Albinati operates a fleet of 23 business jets, including 15 Global 6000s, Falcon 8X and 7X long-haul aircraft, a Challenger 604 and a Cessna Latitude, which it has operated for nearly three years

Now operating a PC-24, in addition to the Citation Latitude enables Albinati to land at smaller airports, which it says suits its client base.

Albinati said these two types of aircraft, whose technical capabilities and high versatility have made their reputation, perfectly combine the comfort and space of a mid-size cabin with exceptional short-field performances, making it possible to land at airports such as Saanen/Gstaad [Switzerland], La Môle [France] and Lugano [Switzerland], destinations that are particularly appreciated by our customers.