Maltese business jet operator Maleth Aero has added three aircraft to its fleet through a management contract with Swiss company SkyWork Executive.
A new Beechcraft 90 GTX, a Beechcraft 350i and a Citation Ultra have all been placed on Malta's aircraft registry and added to Maleth Aero's AOC. SkyWork Executive will sell the aircraft to its existing customer base but when they are not in use they will be chartered out to others by Maleth Aero.
“Our aim is to make the entire owning, operating and management of your aircraft an enjoyable experience, taking care of all the essential tasks while maintaining safety with service,” says Michael O'Brien, ceo of Maleth Aero.
“Unlike most aircraft management organisations, we maintain a strict policy of simplistic transparency enabling owners at all times to understand the cost base for their product.”
Fiona Healy is legal counsel for Aircraft Corporate Services, which managed the aircraft registration and importation process. She said: “This was an especially interesting project as it is the first time that aircraft have been imported into Malta by a foreign operator to be managed by a local AOC.”