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We are delighted to be offering the S76 familiarisation course at our Fairoaks training facility on September 4th for 4 days. This is a general familiarisation course for non-certifying staff. The course covers S76 and the Arriel 2 engine and is based at our newly updated...
Gama Aviation Hutchison (Hong Kong), is pleased to announce an FAA approval of a comprehensive Ops Spec for its maintenance partner, CASL at its Hong Kong International Airport base. The Ops Spec (VZFY534Y) covers the Gulfstream G350/450, G500/G550 and G650/650ER types and the...
Gama Aviation Hong Kong adds a Gulfstream G550 to its fleet after a competitive process. Hong Kong, 27th July 2017 – Gama Aviation Hutchison (Hong Kong), is pleased to announce the addition of a G550 to its Hong Kong fleet. In a competitive process, Gama Aviation prevailed...
Gama Aviation extends its maintenance support agreement with Wijet. Oxford, 24th July 2017 – Gama Aviation Plc, (AIM:GMAA) the global business aviation services company, is pleased to announce the indefinite extension of their current maintenance support agreement with...
Oxford, 18th July 2017 – Gama Aviation Plc, (AIM:GMAA) the global business aviation services company, is pleased to announce the signature of two new maintenance support agreements with European fleet operators. The deals cover ten aircraft in total, covering a range of...
  Fairoaks, July 17, 2017 Gama Aviation Plc, (AIM:GMAA) the global business aviation services company, is pleased to announce the agreement of an avionics parts supply contract for the British Army’s AH-1 Gazelle fleet. The new contract award, won after a competitive tender...
The 100,000th flight segment in the Wheels Up program Gama Aviation & Wheels Up fly 100,000th segment in the Wheels Up program and have record Fourth of July holiday weekend Shelton, Connecticut, July 17, 2017 – Gama Aviation LLC, the exclusive operator of the Wheels Up...
In the first four months of 2017 our Sharjah International FBO saw a 45% rise in aircraft movements. We have seen a 45% rise in aircraft using its FBO at Sharjah International Airport, according to figures compiled by Airops Movement-Executive. Martin Ringrose, MD...
Gama Aviation adds further depth to our UK turbo-prop offer with Pratt & Witney PT6A agreement, Beechcraft King Air and Cessna Caravan service centre status. Farnborough, 9th May 2017 – Gama Aviation Plc, the global aviation services company, is pleased to announce the...
We are pleased to announce further management team additions to its European Air and Ground divisions to support its growth ambitions. Mark Gascoigne joins the Air division as General Manager having enjoyed a successful career at BAE Systems and more recently De La Rue,...
Leading aviation company performs over 54,000 flight hours throughout 2016. Shelton, CT, USA, 01 March 2017 – Gama Aviation, the global aviation services company, has been ranked the #1 U.S. Part 135 operator based upon all flight activity and data collected throughout...

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A good performance in line with our expectations. “The first half of 2017 has seen the Group maintain the positive momentum generated through last year to deliver a good performance in line with our expectations. In all divisions and all regions we achieved strong revenue growth...
Gama Aviation Hutchison (Hong Kong), is pleased to announce an FAA approval of a comprehensive Ops Spec for its maintenance partner, CASL at its Hong Kong International Airport base. The Ops Spec (VZFY534Y) covers the Gulfstream G350/450, G500/G550 and G650/650ER types and the...
Additional Items Buyers Should Consider Carefully. Last time we emphasized the need to address the areas in aircraft acquisition that were particularly time-consuming and had an impact of subsequent aspects of the transaction. Specifically we covered the need to assemble a...
Items Buyers Should Consider Carefully Identifying the steps involved with acquiring and using a business aircraft will reduce the likelihood of surprises and lead to a more successful experience with Business Aviation, notes attorney Chris Younger. Here are some tips… A...
/ 10 Common mistakes. Selecting the right aircraft, at the right price, with the right terms, and avoiding unpleasant surprises is a complex project that requires discipline, focus and persistent attention-to-detail. A successful acquisition is a team effort requiring expertise...
How much should you invest to sell your aircraft? As anyone who owns and operates an aircraft knows, there are numerous ways to spend funds. While direct operating costs are ongoing, there are expenses that can be and often are deferred, such a striping and repainting or...
Summary of CAMO The CAMO is employed by either the aircraft owner directly or by the operator, depending on how the owner wishes to handle their aircraft. In regards to the CAMO, it is their responsibility to plan and coordinate all maintenance activities and to keep the aircraft...
Are All CAMOs Equal? Not all CAMOs around Europe operate the same, and consequently different service-levels exist. Ultimately it’s up to the NAA to audit the CAMOs as often as required to ensure that a minimum acceptable level of support is provided by an approved organization....
Not Just for Europe Since its inception, the concept of CAMO has been catching on, and slowly the authorities of other countries are following EASA’s lead, including the United Arab Emirates. In fact, most regulatory authorities are starting to align themselves with EASA...
Everything You Need to Know About CAMO Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) is a term originating in Europe, but today is used across continents, according to Gamit’s Nadeem Muhiddin. So what is it, and what could it mean to an aircraft operator? Essentially...
Keeping Up Vs. Selling Up… What methods should corporate flight department managers use when they need to keep up with the increasing maintenance needs of an aircraft? Obviously the safety of flight should not be traded-off in favour of short-term productivity gains. Maintenance...