Oryx Jet Receives EASA-OPS AOC

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The management of Oryx Jet, corporate jet operators based at London Luton Airport and led by Captain Chris Beaumont, Flight Operations Manager, has received the EASA-OPS approved Air Operators Certificate.

The new AOC becomes active on 28 October 2014 and Chris will be leading the companys efforts to recruit additional managed business aircraft for both private owners looking for a highly specialised management service, or for owners wishing to achieve charter revenue income, as well as bespoke private operations.

Oryx Jet will offer its joint use concept, developed over many years by senior staff, to maximise the utilisation of individually owned corporate jets. 

Captain Chris Beaumont said, Oryx Jets worldwide EASA approved Air Operators Certificate means that we are in a position to provide competitively priced aircraft and CAMO management services to business jet owners and operators. Our mission is to provide a safe business jet environment, which focuses on individual customer needs.

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