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Diamond Sky adds three to AOC
One PC-12 is based in Tallinn, Estonia and the other is in Austria, near Vienna. Meanwhile the DA62 is based in Finland.
President and CEO Ken Koort.
Read this story in our March 2024 printed issue.

Estonia-based operator Diamond Sky has recently added two PC-12s and one DA62 to its AOC.

“One PC-12 is based in our homebase of Tallinn, Estonia, and the other one is in Austria, near Vienna. The DA62 is based in Finland,” says president and CEO Ken Koort. “The PC-12s are widely used in Scandinavia for private, business and military air transport. Diamond Sky is now the largest PC-12 aircraft operator in the Baltics, and is ready to offer its trust to our people as well. This aircraft is the best option to land on the small islands off the coast of Norway for fishing trips for example, and for ski resorts in Central Europe or golf resorts in southern Europe.

“With our diverse fleet of PC-12s, Nextant 400XTis and DA62s we are able to meet the different expectations of our clients within Europe, whether for a short or longer flight. Our fleet consists of modern aircraft with low fuel consumption and minimal noise pollution which also makes flights financially feasible.”

Diamond Sky is EASA approved AOC and NCC operator providing aircraft management, charter, cargo and commercial flights. The company started operations back in 2013 and has commercially operated small piston engine aircraft and different business jets. The aim, it says, is to become the largest business jet operator in the Nordic area by continuously expanding our operational scope, with safety being the most important factor. From its main location in Tallinn, its aviation network stretches from Europe to southeast Asia.

At the heart of its success lies a remarkable team. “A dynamic force capable of effortlessly accommodating a myriad of requests with precision and finesse,” continues Koort. “Their dedication to delivering exclusive, bespoke experiences ensures that every client’s journey is nothing short of exceptional.”

Diamond Sky also offers round-the-clock flight support. “It is our steadfast backbone, catering to clients across the globe, from the picturesque landscapes of Austria to the bustling metropolis of Dubai, and reaching as far as the serene landscapes of Scandinavia,” he adds. “’Your Flight Support' already boasts a prestigious clientele from Europe and Dubai. It combines experts with different backgrounds, from the business aviation and airline worlds, who bring value and different views to the ever changing world of flight support and planning. We know all our crew and customers and have a personal approach to every flight.”

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