Camber Aviation Management launches
Two specialist aircraft management companies have joined to offer enhanced large corporate aircraft management services.
“The principal motivation for launching Camber Aviation Management was to offer the market a completely integrated spectrum of services from green aircraft selection to delivery of the completed corporate jet.”
“The principal motivation for launching Camber Aviation Management was to offer the market a completely integrated spectrum of services from green aircraft selection to delivery of the completed corporate jet,” said Stephen Vella, joint managing director of Camber. “What sets Camber apart is the fact that we can provide our clients with a complete turnkey service from the initial negotiations with the aircraft manufacturer through the aircraft purchase agreement, interface with interior designers, development and integration of innovative cabin concepts, and finally the preparation of an outfitting specification and negotiation of a cabin outfitting agreement.”
“With the agreements in place, our highly experienced team oversees the completion at all stages of build from monument fabrication to cabin integration. We ensure cabin functionality, build and finish quality set industry standards throughout the completion, leading to a smooth delivery of the completed aircraft from the cabin outfitter,” added Vella.
Camber Aviation Management has been formed by the principals of Kestrel Aviation Management and Stratus Aviation Services. The companies worked closely together on the very first Boeing 787 BBJ with a VVIP cabin, which was showcased at EBACE 2016 and entered service in August 2016.
“Camber’s principals and staff have been managing the acquisition and cabin outfitting of large corporate and Head of State aircraft since 1998” said Tom Chatfield, joint managing director of Camber. “We have managed virtually every Airbus ACJ, Boeing BBJ and Bombardier variant, as well as Dassault and Gulfstream products. Our knowledge and experience is unparalleled in the large corporate aircraft sector.”
Chatfield said: “Recognising that discerning buyers are accustomed to innovation in technology, architectural and automotive products, Camber has signed co-operation agreements with suppliers, leading-edge design organizations and completion centres to develop new technologies for incorporation into its near-term corporate aircraft programmes. Beginning in 2017, we fully expect our efforts will result in a paradigm shift in client expectations for large corporate aircraft.”
“We will unveil Camber’s newest innovative cabin design at EBACE 2017 and we look forward to exceeding our client’s expectations once again,” added Chatfield.