Harmony Jets CEO Pierre-Olivier Edouard.

Harmony Jets CEO Pierre-Olivier Edouard.

May 14, 2019

Double crew numbers flying in Harmony
Twice as many hours flown in 2018 has called for twice the crew numbers, as Harmony Jets' Falcon fleet continues to grow. The company now has the largest roster of Falcon 100s worldwide.

Malta-based Harmony Jets has doubled the number of crew on its fleet of Falcon 100 and Falcon 50 jets. The company is in the process of adding a further Falcon 100, which it says will make it the largest Falcon 100 operator in the world.

“We performed really well in 2018, doubling our activity and opening new markets in Europe, Africa, Libya and the Middle East,” says CEO Pierre-Olivier Edouard. “We offer our owners a very competitive and profitable method of aircraft ownership, and to support our operations we have recently introduced new capabilities at our MRO division, Harmony Aircraft Services.”

Harmony Aircraft Services has created and installed its own STC in order to keep the fleet flying to the highest legal and modern standards. Later this year, Harmony Aircraft Services will have developed and installed flight recorders on all of its aircraft, as well as ADS-B and LPV capability. It is now approved to maintain the Falcon 10, Falcon 50, Falcon 900, Falcon 7X and Falcon 8X, carrying out maintenance in Lyon in France and Libreville in Gabon, including a quick response service for AOG situations.

As Ailes is the name of the company, while Harmony Jets is the commercial name for its charter and management activities.

Harmony Aircraft Services is the brand name for Harmony Jets' MRO activities and is in charge of maintaining the fleet.

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