Subscribe Free
in Events

Nomad Aviation to exhibit at MEBAA

Posted 4 October 2018 · Add Comment

For the first time, Nomad Aviation will exhibit at MEBAA 2018.

 

The exhibition will be held from December 10 until 12, 2018 at Dubai’s Al Makthoum Airport, also known as Dubai World Central. MEBAA is the most important business aviation showcase in the Middle East.

The Swiss company will present its aircraft maintenance, hangarage, management and charter services at booth 628.

Nomad Technics - a 100% subsidiary of Nomad Aviation AG - has been providing maintenance and hangarage services at the International EuroAirport in Basel / Switzerland since August 2018 where it occupies its own 7’600 m2 hangar together with 7’000 m2 of additional ramp space.

“By adding maintenance and hangarage to our existing aircraft management and charter services we can now offer our clients a truly one-stop-solution for their mobility”, said Heinz Koehli, Executive Chairman of Nomad Aviation.

* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Advertisement
Latest News

Iranian carriers seek compensation for Tu-154 groundings

The Association of Iranian Airlines (AIA) has petitioned the Iranian government for compensation for the Civil Aviation Organization of Iran's 2010 move to ground twenty-three Tu-154s, reports ch-aviation.

Air Algérie to wet-lease in B737 capacity in 3Q19

Air Algérie will wet-lease a B737-800 from fellow Algerian carrier Tassili Airlines during the summer of 2019, reports ch-aviation.

Aseman Airlines ends B727 passenger operations

Iran’s Aseman Airlines as ended B727-200 passenger operations after EP-ASB conducted its last revenue service on January 13, 2019, reports ch-aviation.

Gulfstream G280 sets city-pair record on renewable fuel

Gulfstream Aerospace has reaffirmed its commitment to sustainability by using sustainable alternative jet fuel (SAJF) to power a record- breaking flight by its class-leading super-midsize Gulfstream G280 aircraft.

First female fighter pilot makes history

Pilot Officer Shaikha Aisha bint Rashid Al Khalifa has become the first Bahraini woman to fly a military aircraft in the history of the Royal Bahrain Air Force (RBAF), writes Jon Lake.

Qatar Airways Group chief executive addresses Global Aviation Summit in Mumbai

A Qatari delegation led by the Qatari Minister of Transport, Mr. Jassim bin Saif Al Sulaiti, which also included the chairman of Qatar’s Civil Aviation Authority, Abdullah bin Nasser Turki Al-Subaey and Qatar Airways Group chief

ACCA19_SK0201080919
See us at
SaudiAirshowBT0711140319ACCA19_BT2141218280219MECAS_BT171218130219Aviation Africa BT0607280219AIME19BTA3005120219