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Sky Atlas: Heading to Geneva

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: Switzerland Aircraft: Airplanes

Sky Atlas, provider of flight support & OPS for business aviation in Russia and CIS, will participate in European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition(EBACE ‘2018) in Geneva in the end of May.
 
This year Sky Atlas will present its best practices in the field of wolrd wide flight support to the industry professionals, as well as its solutions to optimize handling costs for aircraft owners and operators.

Sky Atlas core comptence is the assitance for business aviation companies who may encounter some issues operating in Russia and CIS countries linked the the differences in aviation law, air traffic control procedures and the obligation to provide documents in Russian.

This summer Sky Atlas is challenged by 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. A large number of requests are already received and confirmed, but Sky Atlas team guarantees its best-quality services in all 11 cities of the championship, as well as in any other locationin Russia and CIS.

Among Sky Atlas’ services: flights support, overflight and landing permits, ground handling, fuel supply,catering VIP terminals and concierge services arrangements. 

The company worksdirectly with fuel suppliers and airports; operating with its own network of supervisors in more than 70 locations in Russia and CIS.

Sky Atlas prices for ground services are "all-inclusive": exhaustive price list includes all basic services at fixed price, to allow our clients to estimate the cost of their flights and save money with no compromise of quality.

Another important part of Sky Atlas business is helicopter flights support, for both commercial and private operators. That includes helipad tailoring, remote fueling management, specific airnav calculations and filing of flight plans.

Sky Atlas welcomes EBACE participants and guests on its booth R100 at Geneva Palexpo.

Related event:
29
May
2018
Switzerland, Geneva, Route François-Peyrot 30, CH-1218 Grand-Saconnex Geneva, Switzerland.


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