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Diamond's business is solid as a rock in Estonia
Diamond Sky now has in its group Diamond MRO, licensed Part 145 and a flying school – Diamond ATO – with these two business streams added to the organisation's charter work. Ken Koort says targets are being met.
Ken Koort is running a booming business.
Read this story in our December 2021 printed issue.

As the year draws to a close, Estonia's Diamond Sky is reflecting on a positive year of flying. “We have done quite well to be honest,” says CEO Ken Koort. “One of the reasons for this is that we are small and flexible and have managed to navigate through this unpredictable, changing life.”

Diamond Sky now has in its group a licensed Part 145, Diamond MRO, and a flying school, Diamond ATO, with both of them needing a boost to achieve their next targets. “We are currently having discussions about building a new hangar and FBO facilities at Tallinn airport, something that is still missing in our home base,” Koort continues. “We are about to bring a Citation V to Germany, and we are lining up a couple of aircraft in the Netherlands too.”

Diamond Sky has also joined the European Regional Airline Association (ERA).

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