Receiving the award from EBAA president Brian Humphries at a special EBACE awards luncheon, FAI chairman Siegfried Axtmann said: “We are absolutely delighted and proud to receive this fine endorsement from EBAA. It is an excellent achievement for the company. Safety is our number one priority at FAI and we pride ourselves on offering only the highest standards of safety across our entire operation for the benefit of our customers. I congratulate the members of our dedicated workforce on this achievement as their tireless efforts have greatly contributed to our success.”
FAI recently increased its capacity with the addition of a new 4,800 sqm maintenance hangar, Hangar 8 at its Albrecht Duerer International Airport headquarters in Nuremberg. It has also further bolstered its fleet with the addition of a fourth Global Express and sixth Challenger 604. This brings FAI's total fleet to 24 jet aircraft and further underlines FAI's position as Germany's largest general aviation operator.
The FAI fleet comprises four Global Express, six Challenger 604, 11 Learjet 60, two Learjet 55, one Premier 1A and a King Air 350.