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BAN's World Gazetteer

Business aviation in Austria

Republic of Austria is in Europe.
Austro Control - www.austrocontrol.at

Registered business aircraft:
470

Based business air charter operators:
43

Based business aircraft for charter:
223

Business air charter brokers:
13

Most prevalent aircraft types:

1Airbus Helicopters H13558
2Airbus Helicopters H125/AS35045
3Citation Mustang23
4Pilatus PC-1220
5Global 6000/Express/XRS18
6Citation 560XL16
7Diamond DA6215
8Challenger 30013
9Cessna Citation CJ211
10Robinson R6610
11Gulfstream G500/G55010
12Eurocopter AS35510
13MDH 902 Explorer9
14Global 75008
15Diamond Twin Star7
16Cessna Citation CJ37
17Cessna Citation CJ47
18Cessna 300 series7
19Airbus Helicopters H215/H225/AS3327
20Piper twin piston7
21Bell 206B JetRanger7
22Cessna CitationJet/CJ16
23Gulfstream G6506
24Global 50006
25Gulfstream G500/G6005
26Falcon 2000 EASy5
27Bell 4075
28Embraer Phenom 1005
29Agusta A1095
30Piper PA-46 Meridian/M-Class5
31Citation M24
32Shorts SC7 Skyvan4
33Gulfstream G400/G4504
34Falcon 900EASy4
35Challenger 6044
36Airbus Helicopters H1204
37Citation 550/5514
38Bell 4124
39Airbus Helicopters H1454
40Piper PA-46 Malibu/Mirage3
41Challenger 6053
42Bell 4293
43Citation Latitude3
44Cessna Caravan3
45Piper PA-31T3
46Learjet 70/753
47Falcon 8X3
48Embraer Praetor 6003
49Embraer Legacy 600/6503
50Eclipse 500 series3
51TBM700/850/9003
52Falcon 7X3
53Embraer Phenom 3003
54Pilatus PC-243
55Gulfstream G100 series/Astra3
56Fokker F1002
57HondaJet2
58Citation 500/5012
59Eurocopter BO1052
60Citation 6502
61AgustaWestland AW1392
62Partenavia P.682
63Bell 505 Jet Ranger X2
64Gulfstream G200/Galaxy2
65Eurocopter BK1172
66Citation X2
67Challenger 6012
68Gulfstream G2802
69Cessna 4412
70Embraer Legacy 5001
71Citation 5601
72Hawker 750/800/9001
73Falcon 20001
74Bell 206L LongRanger1
75Bell 204/2051
76Learjet 601
77Embraer Praetor 5001
78Airbus Helicopters H1301
79MDH 520N1
80PZL W-3 Sokol1
81Twin Commander1
82Cessna 400 series1
83Learjet 401
84P180 Avanti1
85Beechcraft King Air 3001
86Beechcraft King Air 2001
87Airbus ACJ3191
88Citation Sovereign1
89Beechjet 4001
90Hawker 40001
91Pilatus PC-61
92Beechcraft King Air 901
93Dornier Do3281
94Gulfstream GV1
95Airbus ACJ3201
96Boeing BBJ11
97Learjet 451

Major business aviation airports:


Business aviation suppliers in Austria

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The Diamond team with prime contractor ATESE and local representative IHOR at the contract signing ceremony in Athens.

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European Flight Academy adds Diamond trainers at Rostock

Three new DA-42NG-VI training aircraft will be based in Rostock-Laage, Germany, available to students for the final phase of their practical training.

July 16, 2024   Full report

TAFA CEO Assoc Prof İbrahim Zeki Akyurt and Jane Wang, sales director for Diamond Aircraft Austria, at Diamond headquarters in Wiener Neustadt.

Turkish Airlines Flight Academy ups Diamond fleet

With a fleet that will soon comprise 26 Diamond aircraft, TAFA will benefit from modern piston training technology as well as operational cost efficiencies, low emissions and low noise signature.

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CEO Robert Plhak clutches the trophy.

VOO triumphs at Dubai awards ceremony

Initially nominated among 18 categories in aviation, VOO's groundbreaking technology once again impressed the judges, securing the coveted achievement award for Ground-Breaking Products and Services in Aviation.

July 1, 2024   Full report

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