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Harmony Jets expands month by month
Two European companies offer charter with the mature Falcon 100, and both are in Malta. Harmony tasks its own in-house MRO with maintaining availability.
Read this story in our May 2018 printed issue.

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.

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November 29, 2022
Harmony Jet’s Falcon 50 and Falcon 900 never seem to stop flying; the aircraft have operated around 600 flight hours over the past three months.
Falcon 100 lands on Harmony Jets' Maltese AOC
August 26, 2022
Busy times for Harmony Jets; it has added a new Falcon 100 to its fleet, launched its approved training organisation and has completed a C-check on a Falcon 50.