Nomad Aviation is offering guidance and compliance assistance to aircraft owners helping them to understand and comply with EU Part NCC. This new European Union regulation for Non-Commercial operation of Complex (NCC) aircraft took effect on August 26, 2016.
The new operational regulation, EUR Part NCC, is intended to bring the safety level of non-commercial operations closer to the standards applicable to commercial operations. It applies to non-commercial operators of complex aircraft who have their main place of business in an EASA member state. It includes also EASA operators with their aircraft registered in third countries.
“Owners of private jet aircraft want to make sure that they comply with the new EU Part NCC regulation applicable to their aircraft operation”, says Rainer Schnurr, COO of Nomad Aviation. “Nomad Aviation can ease operators’ uncertainty and answer their questions. They can include their aircraft in Nomad Aviation’s NCC operation under a highly professional management at very competitive rates”, adds Claude Neumeyer, CEO of Nomad Aviation. “Principals benefit from Nomad Aviation’s supplier discounts, for example on fuel, insurance and handling-fees through the company’s unique economies of scale.”
Nomad Aviation, based in Switzerland, offers charter and aircraft management services. It operates an exclusive fleet of distinguished aircraft, ranging from light to ultra-long-range jets including Bombardier Global 5000, Bombardier Global XRS, Bombardier Challenger 604, Embraer Legacy 600 and Cessna CJ1+. Nomad Aviation has offices in Zurich/Kloten, Switzerland and Sliema, Malta.