Hangar8 sales up as it opens new bases in Malta, Kazakhstan, Congo and Nigeria
Hangar8 expects its turnover to rise 10% in 2012, up by £20 million. The company says it has invested in new bases in Malta, Kazakhstan, Congo and Nigeria.
“I am delighted with the progress of the business over the last twelve months,” says Dustin Dryden, chief executive of Hangar8. Our financial performance has been strong, but importantly as we have grown we have continued to invest heavily in our infrastructure creating a strong platform from which to offer management services in fast growing parts of the world where currently no supply exists.”
Hangar8 has also expanded its maintenance facility in Oxford where it can now maintain 12 aircraft types with approvals from the UK, Malta, IOM, Congo, South Africa and Cayman Islands. It has also opened new maintenance facilities in Lagos Nigeria, Pointe Noir Congo, Almaty Kazakhstan and is shortly to open in Abuja Nigeria.