Through its over 20 years of corporate history, DC Aviation Ltd “has acquired extraordinarily extensive experience in aircraft management, charter, FBO and maintenance,” Managing Director Stanley Bugeja reflects.

DC Aviation Group was formed in 2007 from the former DaimlerChrysler Aviation, a subsidiary of DaimlerChrysler AG – founded in 1998, while DC Aviation Ltd is a fully owned subsidiary of DC Aviation GmbH, which was established in Malta in 2008.

Mr Bugeja has been at the helm of the leading local aviation company since 2008.

“Today, DC Aviation offers a complete portfolio reaching from aircraft management to business jet charter and aircraft maintenance,” Mr Bugeja adds.

Indeed, “the significant increase in Malta’s economic growth gave us the opportunity to offer our young fleet of aircraft that includes modern Cessna Citations Type XLS+, long-distance jets like the Global 6000, and large-cabin airplanes like the Airbus 319 CJ.”

Mr Bugeja, a prominent local figure in the aviation industry through years of experience and expertise, proclaims that the company has positioned itself as “one of Europe’s leading business aviation providers”, allowing it to be “second to none in understanding the needs of [its] international business clients”.

“With one of Europe’s largest and most modern fleet of business jets and helicopters, we have the right aircraft for any need, at any time,” he concludes.

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