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Aero-Dienst turns 60 and swells Challenger fleet
You don't complete six decades of service in business aviation without providing great customer service, and Aero-Dienst is continuing the tradition while helping customers with aircraft acquisition.
Read this story in our June 2018 printed issue.

Nuremberg-based Aero-Dienst is celebrating 60 years of operations. Since forming as a regional maintenance company it has since added international air ambulance and management operations and its workforce now numbers 320. "We shall celebrate our 60th anniversary with summer festivities, together with our employees and their families," states CEO Viktor Peters. "Their competence, flexibility and high level of commitment have secured our success since we were founded in 1958. We are also glad to be celebrating our 20th year as part of ADAC Group."

Aero-Dienst now offers maintenance at Vienna and Klagenfurt in Austria, Landsberg am Lech in Germany and at its main base in Nuremberg. It has added two aircraft to its managed fleet in the last eight months, a Challenger 300 and a Challenger 604, and its team carried out the entire transaction including market assessment, coordination of the pre-purchase inspection, negotiations and approvals.

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