General Aviation Fly Comlux acquires San Marino AOC

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Comlux announced, that it has opened a new commercial AOC in San Marino for its subsidiary Fly Comlux. The operator is specialized in VIP aviation.

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A first Bombardier Challenger 604 will join Fly Comlux´ San Marino AOC, which holds the ICAO aircraft registration prefix “T7”. The carrier announced, that it has put in place a required team to ensure a smooth entry into service of the aircraft.

Comlux now owns four Air Operators Certificates, which are in Malta (9H), Aruba (P4), Kazakhstan (UP) and the newly acquired San Marino (T7).

Andrea Zanetto, CEO of Fly Comlux, said: “We are very pleased to open this new AOC in San Marino. We have been working with the Aviation Authorities and the Registry of San Marino to offer our VIP aircraft owners a new option, to operate their aircraft commercially with Comlux […] San Marino Registry is already well known in the industry as being focused on customers and operating within ICAO standards. We look forward to working together.”

David Colindres, President of San Marino Aircraft Registry, added: "We are very pleased to be associated with Comlux, a company who embraces safety, exemplifies quality air transport operations and provides passengers with excellent levels of comfort. We are committed to support and serve the aviation industry, and air transport is one of the sectors undergoing a fast-global economic growth […]”

Comlux is a corporate charter airline, headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland. Its subsidiaries are operating in Malta, Aruba, Kazakhstan and San Marino, as well as in smaller branches in the United States, Bahrain, Hong Kong and Russia. The fleet consists of 22 corporate VIP aircraft, including Airbus A318CJ, A319CJ, A320CJ and A330CJ. Furthermore, Comlux operates a Boeing 767-200ER, Boeing Business Jets, Embraer Legacy aircraft, as well as Bombardier Challenger and Bombardier Global jets.

Currently, Comlux has three Airbus ACJ320neo on order, as well as two Boeing 737 Max 8 BBJs.

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