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Axis Aviation celebrates move to airport offices
Being based at airports allows Axis teams to quickly and efficiently manage aircraft and gain total oversight of crew operations. They are also exciting places to be for the teams.
Axis Aviation team members Kerstin Mumenthaler, Jörg Sabitzer, Niall Olver, Christian Theuermann and Cedric Gitchenko.
Read this story in our November 2023 printed issue.

Austria and Switzerland-based AOC operator and aircraft management business Axis Aviation has completed the relocation of its offices to Zurich and Vienna airports, ensuring it is on hand to providevservice to clients when handling all aspects of aircraft and charter management.

From its new Zurich airport headquarters overlooking the runways, Axis Aviation will continue ensuring aircraft owners and managers get the most out of their aircraft investment. Founded in 2022 with an extensive and constantly evolving fleet, Axis Aviation is led and run by an experienced team of senior executives and digital natives.

Executive chairman Niall Olver says: “Being based at the airports allows our team to quickly and efficiently manage aircraft, gain total oversight of crew operations and provide an unparalleled level of customer service. We are a tech-enabled aircraft management company and pride ourselves on our asset management offering. Zurich and Vienna airports are exciting places to be for our teams, and it will be our aim to ensure that any future offices are also as close to the assets as possible.”

Axis Aviation's proprietary data platform keeps users informed, enabling them to decide which aircraft best suits their travel needs. The company makes all aircraft data available in real time for aircraft owners, managers and flight crew members through its app, including flight plans, scheduling, costs, maintenance intervals, charter proposals and aircraft availability.

Olver continues: “Our global team fully integrates into clients’ family offices, becoming an extension of their team. This ethos, combined with our relocated offices right in the heart of Zurich and Vienna airports, ensures we’re perfectly placed to go above and beyond for clients, giving owners back the gift of time and freeing them up to have fun and enjoy their aircraft.”

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