Gama Aviation adds to managed charter fleets
Gama Aviation has added a Citation CJ2+, Global XRS and Falcon 2000 to the European managed charter fleet.
Gama Aviation has added a Citation CJ2+, Global XRS and Falcon 2000 to
the European managed charter fleet. The company also hopes to confirm next
week, a brand new type to the 80 aircraft charter fleet.
In the USA, Gama Aviation Inc is adding
a number of new aircraft including a Hawker 800 XP, a Gulfstream 450 and a
Global 5000. A Citation Excel will be based at Teterboro and a further
Gulfstream 450 and Challenger 300 owned by Latin American clients will be added
later this year. All the new arrivals will be available for third party
charter through its direct air carrier, Gama Charters, Inc.
the Middle East, Gama Aviation has three
aircraft available for charter including a Challenger 850. Gama Aviation will
be exhibiting at EBACE, the company reporting an upturn in business travel.
“Business clients have not fallen out of love with private aviation but with a
lack of business to chase last year they had no reason to fly. We’ve
witnessed a gradual trend in the right direction, with large cabin aircraft
still the most requested,” said Gama’s chief execuive Marwan Khalek.
“Aircraft owners’ activity has increased by 20-30% year on year and this can be
an indicator of an improving economic climate,” he continued.
“Encouragingly, there seems to be renewed interest from the M&A community,
which has also started booking road-shows again.”
are seeing an increased level of enquiries which bodes well for the recent
decision for increased movements at Farnborough
reinforces our position as one of the largest operators at the airport,” he