15 MARCH 2017
Press Release 15/03/2017
Based at the airports of Munich and Salzburg, the airline Air Independence GmbH will attend this year’s Geneva Business Aviation trade fair EBACE again. This year, Air Independence will exhibit two heavy business jet Challenger 604. The aircraft will be accompanied by its pilots and flight attendants who will be glad to present every detail of their luxurious aircraft and the extraordinary service onboard. Additionally, Air Independence’ sales & operations team will be at the visitor’s complete disposal with advice and practical support whenever there are any questions about all the steps from booking to the eventual conduction of the flight. The members of Air Independence’ maintenance and management team will be on site to talk about everything worth knowing about CAMO and aircraft management. Also meet us inside at our booth S36! Of course, it will be also possible to have not only a look from the outside, but to have a look inside the aircraft – with a light refreshment - to convince oneself of the high-class product of Air Independence.
About Air Independence
Founded in 1998, the German Air Independence GmbH is a Munich and Salzburg based airline with its core competence in chartering out its own Business Jet fleet and offering tailored mobility solutions to its customers. The backbone of its operation is the long range aircraft Challenger 604 and the turboprop King Air 350i which is most suitable for short and medium haul flights. In addition, Air Independence offers also aircraft management for customers, who enjoy their own aircraft, and business charter brokerage. All the brokerage activities are concentrated in AI Services GmbH. The flight operation of Air Independence GmbH is conducted under the strict limitations of the EASA Air OPS standards based on both a German and an Austrian aircraft operator certificate (AOC) and guarantees the highest standards in safety and quality.
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