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Gama secures three more aircraft for Mid East fleet

Posted 8 November 2016 · Add Comment

Gama Aviation's is pleased to announce three new aircraft to its managed fleet in the Middle East with the addition of two Learjet 60's and a Piaggio Avanti Evo.

The new arrivals bring Gama’s Middle East’s managed fleet to eleven. All three aircraft will be available for charter, fitting neatly into a category and price point where there is currently low inventory and availability.
The Learjets are also Air Ambulance capable being equipped with Spectrum Aeromed ICU kits, furthering Gama Aviation’s strategy of expanding its special missions offering in the region.
Group chief executive Marwan Khalek said : “I’m delighted with the progress we are making in key markets. This is testimony to the focus we place on understanding our clients and providing them with solutions that deliver the appropriate scale, breadth and depth of service to meet their needs. The Middle Eastern contract wins demonstrate how this strategy has resulted in a strong pipeline and sales.”
 

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