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VIPAero Angola opens executive handling station in Luanda

Posted 7 November 2019 · Add Comment

VIPAero Angola has officially opened its executive handling station in Luanda.

The company was granted a handling license by INAVIC the Angolan CAA on the 26th Sept 2019.

A representative said: “VIPAero Angola has built a solid experience in aircraft management, operations, charter and maintenance and plays a leading role in the executive aviation industry in Angola since 2011.

“It was only natural for VIPAero to open a FBO in Luanda. We believe this will be the perfect platform to continue delivering services to its trusted customers at the highest standard of the industry.”

VIPAero also delivers certified EASA Part 145 line maintenance in Luanda.

 

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