Gama Group, the global business aviation service provider, today announced the addition of two further aircraft management contracts to its Russia-based portfolio.
Gama Aviation, a Gama Group company, announced just ahead of Jet Expo, Moscow, the addition of two brand new aircraft, a Bombardier Challenger 850 and a Boeing BBJ2 to its established portfolio of aircraft managed on behalf of Russia-based customers.
Gama Aviation’s worldwide portfolio now exceeds 80 aircraft and includes a number of Boeing, Bombardier, Falcon and Gulfstream aircraft based in Moscow.
With nearly 30 years of experience in Europe, USA, the Middle East and from this year Asia, Gama offers its clients a wide range of aircraft management, charter and maintenance services. Gama was one of the first business aviation service providers to support Russian customers in the 1990’s and the market today remains key to Gama’s continued development.
“We have been supporting the needs of our Russian clients for over 15 years,” said Tom Wells, General Manager Gama Aviation. “Our clients respect our knowledge of the Russian market, our hands-on experience of all major business aircraft types and the global coverage of Gama’s operations. I am proud that the Gama team is able to deliver to Russia’s continuously growing business aviation community, our tailored solutions in a safe, service-driven and cost efficient manner.”
Gama Aviation is exhibiting at Jet Expo 2012, Moscow 27-29 September 2012 (Stand A106), promoting its aircraft management, charter and maintenance services.
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