Maltese operator Harmony Jets is approaching the end of its first year in business and reports that its revenue is growing at seven per cent a month.
The company enjoyed a steady winter season, despite an engine change and C-Check for its Falcon 100. "Keeping maintenance under control through our in-house MRO facility has enabled us to maintain aircraft availability and keep costs down," CEO Pierre Edouard tells EBAN.
In December, the company introduced a dedicated Harmony Jets membership card, selling 10 hours on a Falcon 100 for 24,000 euros.
Following the introduction of a Falcon 50 in December and a Beech 90 in March, the operator is in the process of adding a Citation I and Bravo to the fleet. It is also reinforcing its team by appointing a UK sales manager, a cost control manager, a compliance monitoring deputy manager, CAMO support staff and eight further pilots.