Business Aviation providers join forces in Dortmund

Business Aviation join forces

Two leading companies from the field of executive charters in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia are combining their expertise to become the sole supplier at Dortmund Airport.

On 1 February 2020, Star Wings Dortmund Luftfahrtgesellschaft mbH will combine its services with German Private Jet Group AG. Both companies have been offering successful charter flights with private jets (business aviation) around Europe for many years. Safety, flexibility and discretion are their main priorities. 

This merger will allow customers to select the right service from a fleet of ten aircraft from 2020 onwards.

The fleet ranges from powerful turboprop engines in the King Air series (e.g. for short runways) to Cessna Citation jets and the Embraer Phenom family.

Star Wings flies to around 1,500 large and small airports in Europe from its primary locations in Rhine-Ruhr and Würzburg / Nuremberg. These airports often cannot be served by airliners.

Personal and customer-oriented support during the booking and flight is an integral aspect of the overall package to optimise flight times.

One of the company’s key pillars is its flying school, featuring a high-performance simulator (CJ 3 Full Flight Simulator Level D). This means Star Wings meets the current EASA requirements. Pilots can enjoy highly efficient, affordable and eco-friendly training thanks to a wide range of courses and individual sessions for the Cessna Citation 525 and Beech King Air family.

The simulator can also be provided to airlines in the form of a dry lease.

Star Wings also takes care of all necessary aircraft management tasks for owners of private planes, including the creation of operating concepts, the provision of experienced crews, the optimisation of insurance concepts, the coordination of professional maintenance, and advice on the purchase or sale of a plane.

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