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Bravos to Synergy as it moves up a weight category
Synergy celebrates its 15th year of operation in September and is known for operating King Airs, CitationJets and Mustangs. Adding a Bravo on the AOC and another under Part NCC takes the company to new heights.
Glen Heavens is very pleased that Synergy is adding heavier types.
Read this story in our September 2019 printed issue.

UK-based Synergy Aviation has added a pair of Citation Bravos to its fleet. One will operate under Synergy's AOC, while the other is to be privately flown, benefitting from the operator's Part NCC capabilities.

“I am delighted that we have put on some weight,” jokes Synergy owner Glen Heavens. “The addition of the Bravos has added capability to our AOC. Not only has the AOC area been extended but we are now operating heavier aircraft. We are looking forward to talking to owners of Challenger size aircraft about how we can offer a unique aircraft management experience to heavier aircraft.”

Synergy celebrates its 15th year of operation in September and is known for operating King Airs, CitationJets and Citation Mustangs. In addition to traditional aircraft management utilising the company's AOC, it has seen growth in offering Part NCC as well flight planning, fuel price comparison and operational support to owners and other operators. Working with its colleagues at Altitude 50, the firm also offers in-house crew visas, hotel bookings as well as ground and air transport for crew.

While its head office remains at Fairoaks airport in Surrey, Synergy also has bases at Oxford and Blackbushe. In recent years the company has been responsible for aircraft based in Dubai, Malta, Jersey and Luton.

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