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BBA Aviation creates management and charter company with Gama Aviation

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BBA Aviation announced the merger of its aircraft management and charter business with Gama Aviation's U.S. aircraft management business.

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With around 200 airplanes under management, the combined entity, Gama Aviation Signature Aircraft Management, will be one of the world's largest aircraft management and charter businesses.

It will be supported by the Signature Flight Support global FBO network, 10 million metres squared of hangars and an extensive fixed and mobile line maintenance, Aircraft on Ground and engine support capability.

Simon Pryce, CEO of BBA Aviation, said: "This agreement marks another milestone for BBA Aviation, creating a leading charter and fleet management company, whose scale will benefit both the Group and our customers."

Marwan Khalek, CEO of Gama Aviation Plc said: "We are delighted to announce this exciting deal and to be teaming up with BBA Aviation in the US. The enlarged business creates a market leader and an unrivalled platform for growing our market share of this massive business aviation market"


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