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Gama Aviation

Gama Aviation
IATA ICAO Callsign
- GMA GAMA
Founded 1983
Hubs

Farnborough Airport

Dubai International Airport
Fleet size 21
Headquarters Farnborough Airport
Key people Marwan Khalek
Website http://www.gamaaviation.com/
Gama Aviation FZC
IATA ICAO Callsign
- GSH GAMAMENA
Founded 2010
Hubs Dubai
Fleet size 3
Headquarters Dubai
Website http://www.gamagroup.com/
Gama Charters Inc
IATA ICAO Callsign
- GAJ GAMAJET
Hubs Sikorsky Memorial Airport
Fleet size 38
Headquarters Shelton, CT
Website http://www.gamaaviation.com/

Gama Aviation is an executive air charter company based at Farnborough Airport in the United Kingdom. It operates business jet aircraft for charter, as well as offering aircraft management services worldwide.

It also operates the only Government funded air ambulance service in the United Kingdom, that of the Scottish Ambulance Service, with aircraft based at Aberdeen, Glasgow and Inverness.

Gama Aviation Learjet 45

Gama Aviation Limited holds a United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority Type B Operating Licence, it is permitted to carry passengers, cargo and mail on aircraft with fewer than 20 seats and/or weighing less than 10 tonnes.[1]

Fleet

The Gama Aviation UK fleet includes:

The Gama Aviation UAE fleet includes:

References

  1. ^ Type B Operating Licence Holders Civil Aviation Authority, retrieved 7 September 2012

External links

  • Gama Aviation
  • Gama Aviation's Facebook Page
  • Gama Aviation's Twitter Account


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