Magnum offers more handling services from Austria
Magnum Business Aviation Handling, an Austrian FBO company, operating from the Vienna International Airport GAC, is now offering supervisory handling services for business aircraft throughout Austria.
Magnum’s FBO offers full facilities, including passenger and crew lounges, and can accommodate aircraft types as large as Boeing Business Jets or Airbus Corporate Jets.
Florian Samsinger, the CEO of Magnum FBO in Vienna, says: “‘In the past, we occasionally organised handling arrangements in regional airports for our customers, who benefited from completing preparations and formalities faster and headache-free. It made us realise that supervisory handling had a potential of becoming real deal.”
Magnum’s new supervisory handling services, which will be introduced before the end of the year, will provide clients with handling arrangements at major airports such as Innsbruck and Salzburg, which both see traffic spikes during the winter, as they provide access to popular ski resorts in the Alps. Magnum will also provide handling services at less visited airports such as Graz, Klagenfurt and Linz.
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The new service will mean that Magnum customers will be able to benefit from receiving costs for ramp services, traffic fees, catering and transfers into a single invoice.
Magnum has served around 4,000 movements since launch. ”We have developed a unique utilised processes for every task, whether its is simple correspondence, acquiring landing permission or organising catering orders. It gives our clients the ability to concentrate on other nevertheless important problems, while we take care of handling issues,” says Samsinger.