Maleth Aero adds three business jets to be based in Malta
All three aircraft – a new Beechcraft 90 GTX, a Beechcraft 350i and a Cessna Citation Ultra – have been placed on the Malta aircraft registry and added to Maleth Aero’s air operator’s certificate.
“We are very pleased to have teamed with Skywork Executive and look forward to assisting them with their development into the future,” said Michael O’Brien, CEO of Maleth Aero.
He added: “Our aim is to make the entire owning, operating and management of your aircraft an enjoyable experience, taking care of all the essential tasks whilst maintaining safety with service. Unlike most aircraft management organizations we maintain a strict policy of simplistic transparency enabling owners at all times to understand the cost base for your product.”
After Maleth Aero and SkyWork Executive has signed the management contract in January, the were importated and registered less than a month later with the help of Aircraft Corporate Services (Malta) Limited, a part of the Alpine Group.
“The successful importation of these three aircraft into Malta is a testament to the efficiency of the Maltese Civil Aviation Directorate and the Maltese Customs Department – in particular the director general of the civil aviation directorate Ian Falzon and his staff, and the assistant director of customs, John Camilleri and customs agent, Joanne Pace,” says Fiona Healy, legal counsel for Aircraft Corporate Services.