General Aviation DC Aviation Malta receives AOC
DC Aviation has received the AOC for its new Malta based subsidiary.
With the Air Operator Certificate in hand, DC Aviation Malta plans to operate and manage third-party business aircraft commercially, which includes aircraft charter under the Maltese 9H registration. The Malta location joins the company’s other regional AOC operations in Stuttgart, Dubai and Zurich. The additional AOC should allow aircraft owners more flexibility in their choice of registrations and operation.
Stanley Bugeja, Managing Director at DCAM, said: “We are extremely pleased to have complied with all the regulatory requirements for receiving our AOC. The receipt of the certification tops off more than one year of hard work and I would like to congratulate and thank the entire team for their efforts.”
DC Aviation emerged in 2007 from the former DaimlerChrysler Aviation, a DaimlerChrysler AG subsidiary that was founded in 1998. With branches in Dubai, Zurich, Malta, and Moscow, its international presence keeps growing steadily. s. Its fleet includes the Cessna Citation XLS+, long distance jets like the Gulfstream G650 and large-cabin jets like the Airbus 319 CJ. In March 2016, DC Aviation expanded its operating license to include the commercial use of helicopters.
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