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Gama Aviation announces a new contract with Avinode

Gama Aviation announces a new contract with Avinode

AeroBD | The AERO news Company…LAS VEGAS, Nov. 28, 2015 : Gama Aviation Plc (Stock GMAA: LSE) (Stand N2416), the global aviation services company, has today announced a new contract with Avinode, the world’s leading tool for buying and selling air charter. As part of the new agreement, Avinode has developed a mobile app for Gama Aviation, and one for its website, providing easier access to live data on its fleet of charter aircraft for brokers and clients.

The new agreement will also see Gama Aviation have access to Avinode’s market intelligence, providing valuable data around charter prices and market demand, for example.

Duncan Daines, Group Chief Marketing Officer, Gama Aviation said: “The private jets we manage consist of some of the most attractive in the world, but the charter market is competitive and our new apps will enhance our capabilities here.”

Fredrik Artursson, Key Account Manager, Avinode commented: “We are delighted Gama Aviation has strengthened it’s relationship with us. It is a strong endorsement of our technology and services proposition for operators world wide.”

Previously, Gama Aviation had separate contracts with Avinode covering the United States of America, Europe and the Middle East, and when it acquired Hangar8 earlier this year, it inherited theirs. All of these have now been consolidated into one contract.

As well as its charter services, Gama Aviation offers aircraft management services and a network of 10 other coast-to-coast facilities as well as a mobile line maintenance(1) service across the US. Currently it responds to around 2,500 call-outs from clients in the US every year, has flown over one million miles and driven over 500,000 to support AOG (aircraft on the ground) and line maintenance situations.

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