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Continued expansion - SPARFELL San Marino received AOC

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Continued  expansion - SPARFELL San Marino received AOC - Business aviation publisher
Dana Ermolenko
Aircraft: Airplanes

Congratulations SPARFELL San Marino on recently received its AOC from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Republic of San Marino. The first SPARFELL San Marino AOC aircraft in management is a Bombardier Global 6000, carrying up to twelve passengers. Based in Africa, it is available for charter worldwide, further expanding SPARFELL’s charter aircraft solutions.  

SPARFELL CEO Edward Queffelec commented , “Offering high regulatory standards and understanding the transactional needs of the industry, a San Marino AOC is another solution SPARFELL is proud to offer to business jet owners for aircraft registration, asset management and commercial operation. After the 2019 acquisition of LaudaMotion Executive and the recent acquisition of Speedwings’ air operator activities, the San Marino AOC is another step towards extending our aircraft management offers, to ultimately better serve our customers.”

SPARFELL currently holds AOCs in Austria (IS-BAO certified by IBAC), France and now San Marino. With headquarters in Geneva and now new offices in San Marino, Sparfell Aviation group manages a fleet of 27 aircraft for charter and private use. Some of the aircraft models on the certificate include the Bombardier Global 6000, Challenger 350 and 605, Gulfstream G650ER, as well as Embraer Phenom 300 and Praetor 600, catering to any need in regard to range and number of passengers.

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