Gama Aviation Adds ACJ 318 to Fleet

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Gama Aviation FZC, a business aviation charter and management company, has added a new business aircraft type to its UAE-based fleet its first Airbus.

 The Airbus ACJ318 (was added to its UAE operators certificate in October.

Configured with a 14 seat VIP configuration, the ACJ becomes the largest aircraft in the companys Middle East fleet and for Gama globally, its 11th manufacturer type.

The new aircraft is being operated and managed by Gama on behalf of a private owner, based out of Sharjah International Airport.

We welcome the increasing involvement of experienced companies such as Gama Aviation with the growing fleet of Airbus corporate jets, which are the new top-end of the market because they deliver the widest and tallest cabin of any business jet, said Airbus Corporate Jets Vice President, Francois Chazelle.

Gama Aviation obtained its UAE GCAA Air Operators Certificate in February 2010 and now manages five aircraft on behalf of Middle East based clients at both Sharjah International and Dubai International Airports. Gama Aviation is on track to obtain its UAE GCAA CAR 145 maintenance approval and is working to complete its new 12,000 sqm hangar facility at Sharjah which will provide hangarage and maintenance facilities for business jet aircraft in the region. It will also be home to a new Fixed Based Operation.

Our new Sharjah facilities represent a major investment for Gama in the region and will afford our customers significant cost benefits. Sharjah is also a great fuel stop destination between East and West, said Managing Director, Dave Edwards.

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