Leading aviation company strengthens AOG support for Super Bowl 51
Shelton, CT, USA, 01 February 2017 – Gama Aviation, the global aviation services company, has increased its AOG peak period support in preparation for the large wave of private jets and football fans expected to arrive in the Houston area for
Super Bowl 51.
Gama Aviation has placed additional mobile and field service engineer support at the surrounding airports of the Houston region to accommodate the 1,100 private aircraft expected to fly in between the Thursday before and the day of the big game. Houston, widely known as the most populist city in Texas and the fourth most populist city in the United States, will be hosting
Super Bowl 51 on February 5, 2017 at NRG Stadium.
Dennis Richey, Executive Vice President, commented:
"We will be in the Houston area with multiple MSU and field service engineers, continuously providing effective and efficient services. As we continue to increase our global support for these special events, we are able to showcase our scale, breadth and depth year after year."
About Gama Aviation
Gama Aviation is a global business aviation services organization, founded in 1983. Gama Aviation employs over 1400 people worldwide at over 45 locations in 17 countries across five continents, making it one of the world's leading aviation services companies. Its services include: Aircraft Management, Fleet Aircraft Operations, Line and base maintenance, FBO services, Engineering design, Aircraft delivery and completion oversight, Charter operations, Training, and Aviation and ground management systems. In January 2017, Gama Aviation Plc and BBA Aviation Plc announced the merger their US charter and aircraft management business interests resulting in Gama Aviation LLC taking over all operations of the Landmark Aviation Aircraft management and charter business. The combined entity now operates a fleet of over 200 aircraft, making Gama Aviation LLC the largest aircraft management business in the United States.