Flight crews with charter operator Jet Exchange have completed their annual specialist airport training, putting them in peak condition for operations to airports serving Europe’s best winter sports resorts.
Jet Exchange’s pilots, who have all conducted operations involving European mountain airports for many years, have enhanced their existing experience with both specific simulator training for crucial airports, plus a full flight training programme at Sion Airport with the Swiss authorities for the Type B qualification.
Crews are now authorised to use Sion, Chambery, Innsbruck and Salzburg, covering some of the most popular Alpine ski destinations.
Ian Austin, Managing Director, Jet Exchange, says: “The company and our crews have extensive experience operating out of these airports. Thanks to our refresher training to reinforce our skills, we can ensure the highest levels of safety and reliability, giving brokers confidence that their customers will receive expert service and reliability for the ski season. Our PC12 owners also enjoy access to Courchevel, for which we do training every six months.”
Jet Exchange operates a variety of aircraft that can provide bespoke operations for those looking to make the most of the 2016-17 ski season.
Notes to editor:
Founded by pilot and engineer Ian Austin in 2007, Jet Exchange is a jet acquisition, sales, management and charter business based at Luton Airport.
Jet Exchange’s fleet, which includes a Challenger 604 and Pilatus PC12, flies under its own AOC to destinations across the globe, including the USA as a US Department of Homeland Security Approved Carrier.
With a focus on providing a highly reliable, personalised service, Jet Exchange delivers everything business and private clients require from a quality aviation provider.
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