As the COVID-19 pandemic keeps forcing scheduled airlines to reduce the number of scheduled flights they operate, DC Aviation CEO Stanley Bugeja warns that, ultimately, Malta still “depends on connectivity.”
The onslaught of the pandemic saw DC Aviation step up and handle the business jet which brought to the islands the first batch of COVID-19 vaccines. In the past 18 months, the company has also taken care of several repatriation and air ambulance flights.
“Business aviation is not only about the rich and famous. Even before the pandemic, more than 95% of our routes were routes not served by the airline industry,” Mr Bugeja notes.
“We have invested heavily in both human resources and equipment to provide business jet operators at the Malta International Airport (MIA) a service which is synonymous with our brand credo – ‘Passion for Quality’. This makes us one of the leading business jet handling companies on the island,” he continues.
Looking to the future, the DC Aviation CEO highlights that the company’s goal is “to exceed the expectations of both passengers and crew from the moment they land at MIA.”
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