Nomad Aviation and Nomad Technics look back at a successful year 2018.

April 30, 2019

Nomad Aviation and its sister company Nomad Technics are looking back at a successful year 2018, providing aircraft management, charter and maintenance services. 
Nomad Aviation has added three business jets to its aircraft management and charter services portfolio. They include a Cessna Citation CJ2+ and an Airbus ACJ319. Both aircraft are being operated under the Swiss AOC and are also available for charter. The ACJ319 proves already to be very appealing to charter customers on their worldwide flights. The third aircraft is a Bombardier CRJ100SE being flown under the Swiss NCC. 
In 2018 Nomad Technics, an EASA Part-145 approved maintenance organization (Approval No. CH.145.0386), started operating at the international EuroAirport in Basel, Switzerland. The company provides maintenance inspection, non-routine repair work and AOG services on Bombardier Challenger, Global Embraer Legacy and Cessna C525 series business jets. Technical support was provided to owners of aircraft during the 2019 World Economic Forum (WEF). The company occupies its own 7’400 m2 hangar together with 7’000 m2 of additional ramp space.  It offers also hangarage services for aircraft up to the size of the Boeing 737 series and the Airbus A320 family.
„We are proud that we have established ourselves as a trusted business aviation services company”, says Heinz Koehli, Executive Chairman of Nomad Aviation. „Thanks to the flexibility of the entire Nomad crew we can fully satisfy the needs of our customers”, says Thomas Koehli, CEO of Nomad Aviation. Roman Hug, VP/General Manager of Nomad Technics, adds: „We are looking forward to welcoming operators of Bombardier, Embraer and Cessna aircraft at our maintenance facility and to extend relationships with clients, aircraft manufacturers and suppliers.”
About Nomad Aviation
Nomad Aviation, based in Switzerland, offers aircraft management, charter, maintenance and hangarage services. It operates an exclusive fleet of aircraft, ranging from light to ultra-long-range jets and VVP Airliners including Cessna CJ1+ and CJ2+, Embraer Legacy 650, Bombardier Challenger 604, CRJ100, Global 5000 and Gulfstream G450 as well as Airbus A319ACJ. Nomad Aviation has offices in Zurich-Kloten and Basel, Switzerland as well as in Sliema, Malta.