Gama Aviation to Open Base in Switzerland

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Gama Group, a global business aviation and services company, has unveiled plans to open a new operational base in Geneva, Switzerland.

Gama Aviations new Geneva location, scheduled to open for business in July 2012, will offer aircraft management services to customers, and will be aiming for a full Swiss AOC by the end of the year.

Gama Aviation S.A.s office will be located within Geneva Airports Executive Terminal where the new operation will be led by General Manager, Captain Hamish Ross.

Captain Ross has a wealth of industry knowledge. He has spent over 30 years as an instructor of professional pilot licences, corporate pilot and manager of aviation companies. Most recently Captain Ross was based in Sharjah as Gama Aviation FZEs Director of Flight Operations. During the past two years he has been instrumental in developing the flight operations side of Gamas United Arab Emirates AOC.

I am delighted to be able to lead Gamas Swiss based operation said Captain Ross. Our new facilities in Geneva complement the recent significant growth in Gamas global offering, now numbering over 30 operational bases around the world. Geneva is located at the centre of modern Europe, and Switzerland offers political and financial stability for the long term. Together these factors create a beneficial business environment very attractive to Gama Aviations clients, present and future. We want to ensure that those clients are able to choose a locally based company that offers the highest standards of safety and efficiency for their aircraft management or charter needs.

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