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Falcon flight hours soar for Harmony Jets
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.
Sales manager Marco Mazzoli and CEO Pierre-Olivier Edouard during the Libya Aviation Forum & Expo in Tripoli 5-7 November.
Read this story in our December 2022 printed issue.

It has been a busy time for Maltese operator Harmony Jets recently. It has performed flights from Karachi to London, Singapore to Lisbon, Mauritius to London and many more destinations, but the most remarkable was a flight to London from one of the northernmost airports, Spitsbergen in Norway.

The company has also obtained several authorisations for its Transport Malta AOC.

“First, we will now be using the ForeFlight application on the EFB (Electronic Flight Bag), to replace JeppView software,” says CEO Pierre-Olivier Edouard. “This new tool will provide additional information and global awareness to our crews. We are also authorised to transport hazardous materials (Dangerous Goods Approval) and, thirdly, we can operate with augmented crews on some of our aircraft on long haul operations thanks to obtaining the authorisation to reinforce crew flight that allows a better selection for technical stops on long haul flights.”

In October, the company operated a technical medevac flight from Tokyo to Dublin.

“This flight was particularly challenging due to the fact it was a very long journey, operated by the Falcon 50,” adds Edouard. “It took the team three days and 40 hours of flight over 15,000 nm to accomplish the mission using seven pilots and two doctors. It was a complicated mission but was a great success, thanks to the professionalism of all the teams.”

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