Four new operators have recently joined the list of customers supported by 3Green in different areas of operations.
Berniq Airways (berniq.com) is a privately owned airline established in February 2019, with main base in Benghazi, Libya. Its start of operations is expected in January 2020 with a modern fleet of Airbus A320s for international routes and Embraer E170s to cover the regional routes. The airline is counting on 3Green Airline Start Up Solutions from the preparation of business plan, followed up by setting up AOC, until launch of the airline. Upon the successful launch of the airline, 3Green will also support Berniq with its dedicated flight support team until the airline support staff achieve sufficient exposure and experience in the fields they are assigned.
Uganda Airlines (ugandaairlines.com) is the new Uganda’s carrier flag. The airline has received its AOC approval from Uganda CAA on July 2019 and has its inaugural flight scheduled for 28th August 2019 from its base in Entebbe to Nairobi, Kenya. With a current fleet of 2 brand new Bombardier CRJ900s, the airline will initially operate to 7 destinations: starting with Nairobi, Mogadishu, Juba and Dar es Salaam, with later move to Mombasa, Kilimanjaro and Bujumbura.
With 3Green Flight Operations support, the airline had count with up-to-date airport data and takeoff performance charts being used for ferry and charter flights prior to its official launch.
Falcon Aviation Services (www.falconaviation.ae) is one of the UAE’s leading aviation company specializing in business aviation services, charter and aircraft management, operating from Al-Bateen airfield in Abu Dhabi. As many other business operators in the Middle East, such as Dubai Air Wing, Royal Jet and Jordan Aviation, FAS has selected 3Green to design their Escape Route procedures to cover routes overflying the Himalayas. Customized according to Operators' fleet and based on their specific local regulation and format preference, 3Green Escape Routes service includes also periodic revisions following any navigation data change, to make sure crew has always access to up-to-date data. As part of 3Green specialized Flight Operations Engineering services, Escape Routes design can be provided based on both ad-hoc requests, as well as part of our full Flight Operations support.
Ariana Afghan Airlines (www.flyariana.com) also known simply as Ariana, is the oldest and largest airline of Afghanistan, serving as the country's national carrier, with its main base at Kabul International Airport, from where it operates domestically and internationally to destinations in India, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates. 3Green, with our expertise consultancy and auditing services, has been selected to support the renewed management team in Ariana to improve the airline’s Safety and Quality Management System, including its preparation for IOSA certification.
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