Airops Software Ltd, part of Gama Group, the global business aviation services provider, celebrated today a seventh consecutive year of its clients being nominated and winning the coveted Baltic Air Charter Association (BACA) Excellence Awards.
All nominees and the winner of the Best General Aviation Operator, London Executive Aviation and the winner of the Best Passenger Charter Airline, Titan Airways, utilise Airops Software’s AIROPS 5 aviation management system.
AIROPS 5 supports Aircraft Operators and Brokers in all aspects of Commercial, Operations, Technical, Finance, Marketing and Management. Airops Software systems are the preferred aviation management system for over 40 leading aviation operators and service providers around the world, including TAG, Dassault Aviation, Airbus, Gama Aviation, BAE Systems, Antonov Design Bureau and Jet Aviation.
“I am extremely proud that all nominees in the Best General Aviation Operator’s category, power their operations with our software,” said Daniel Tee, Managing Director, Airops Software Ltd. “My congratulations to this year’s winner in this category, London Executive Aviation and winner of the Best Passenger Charter Airline, Titan Airways.”
“Airops Software has supported our operation for almost 20 years, providing us with the means to rapidly and accurately provide our clients with competitive pricing,” said Graham Baguley, Operations Director, Titan Airways. “Airops Software is clearly a significant partner in the on-going success of Titan Airways, demonstrated by our winning of the 2012 BACA Best Passenger Airline Award.”
About Gama Group
Gama is a global business aviation services organization, founded in 1983 in the UK by Marwan Khalek and Stephen Wright.
Gama employs over 400 personnel and operates over 80 business aircraft around the globe and over 30 operating bases across Europe, the Americas, Asia and the Middle East.
Gama Group is headquartered at Farnborough Airport in the UK, with its American headquarters in Stratford, CT, its Middle East and North Africa headquarters at Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates and its Asian headquarters in Hong Kong.
The group’s companies and affiliates hold EU-OPS, FAA Part 135 and UAE GCAA Charter Certificates, EASA, FAA and GCAA Part 145 Maintenance Approvals, EASA Part 21 Design and Manufacture Approvals and offer business aircraft charter, management, FBO, maintenance, valeting and aviation software services.
Recent expansion of services have included the exclusive provision of executive aircraft ground services at Sharjah International Airport, UAE and the establishment of Gama Engineering Ltd, affording fixed and rotor wing aircraft operators a comprehensive design, manufacturing, certification, maintenance, repair, overhaul and modification service at Fairoaks Airport, UK. Gama’s most recent acquisition Ronaldson Airmotive is fully EASA Part 145 certified for the provision of engine and component overhaul services.
Established at Farnborough Airport, Airops Software has for over twenty years provided aviation specific IT solutions and services including ticketing systems, air ambulance dispatch control communications, a hub and outstation billing system as well as numerous bespoke software applications.
This global business aviation services provider announced a major expansion to its Middle East fleet.