Gama Aviation adds CJ2+ to charter fleet


Company European charter fleet now totals 28 aircraft, 11 based in UK

Gama Aviation
has just introduced a Cessna CJ2+ to its managed charter fleet, new onto
the UK
register. Together with the addition of a 13-seat Falcon 2000 imminently
its European charter fleet now totals 28 aircraft, 11 of which are based in the
Its success in winning tri-zone Wyvern approval across its three continental
bases, Europe, USA and the Middle East has had a strong effect in boosting
cross-continental client sharing, according to commercial manager Paul
Cremer. It has helped gain more international clients in Russia, the Middle East,
including Royal family members and music tour arrangers, for example. Gama offices in the regions share clients to ensure a consistent level of
service and local knowledge means the clients are assured of attention to
detail.  Gama clients have a fleet of 83 aircraft to experience, based out
of Europe, Russia, the Middle East and Continental USA. Client interface
has also been strengthened by the arrival of Trevor Jones as director of client

In August Gama signed a partnership with Asia Miles
to provide business jet services to its 3.9 million members worldwide.
Asia Miles members can now earn miles when using Gama’s business jet services,
which can connect with prestigious Asian airlines such as Cathay Pacific and
Dragonair. Asia Miles members with onward connections to destinations
that are not served by Asia Miles partner airlines can arrange a connecting
sector by business jet with Gama to destinations such as Lugano, Cannes and St
Moritz. The deal signifies the first step toward
Gama’s planned expansion into the Asia market, building on the success of the
company’s international network currently centered in Europe, the Middle East
and the USA. By partnering with Asia Miles, Gama will bring its bespoke travel services to
the most sophisticated travellers in Asia. 

Gama has appointed London-based premium business
aviation catering supplier Alison Price On Air to support its UK based fleet,
a move that has proved very popular with the clients. Internationally it is
working with Private Flight aviation catering network, an agreement formalised
at EBACE last year, following a successful three month trial.

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