Leading aviation company strengthens AOG support for Super Bowl 50
Shelton, CT, USA, January 2016 – 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 Bay Area for Super Bowl 50.
Super Bowl 50 will be played February 7, 2016, at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. With the Federal Aviation Administration expecting around 1,200 private jets to fly in next month during Super Bowl week, additional peak period support from Gama Aviation has been put in place during this time in the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Aspen, and South America.
Dennis Richey, Executive Vice President, commented:
"We look forward to these special events. We have been positioning our AOG/mobile teams for our customer base at various locations already. We know and understand the time constraints our customers are under. This has allowed us to showcase this part of our business year after year."
Gama Aviation has operations in 45 different locations in 17 countries across five continents, making it one of the world's leading aviation services companies. Its services include: line and base maintenance; FBO services; engineering design; aircraft management; charter operations; training; and aviation and ground management systems.
About Gama Aviation
Gama Aviation is a global business aviation services organization, founded in 1983 in the UK by Marwan Khalek and Stephen Wright. Gama Aviation employs over 900 people at 45 operating bases across five continents and operates 146 business aircraft. In December 2014, Gama Aviation announced a merger with Hangar 8 Plc, creating a company with a market capitalization of over £130 million. The deal was completed on 6th January 2015, with Gama Aviation Plc becoming the new listed stock.