Luxaviation awarded AOC for new San Marino office


Luxaviation has inaugurated its new San Marino office, after it received its air operators’ certificate (AOC).

The San Marino AOC has been operational since January 2, 2018, and will operate under San Marino Civil Aviation Rules and the Luxaviation Group’s safety regulations. The new AOC gives business jet and helicopter owners another option for aircraft registration, asset management and commercial operation.

Robert Fisch, chief aviation officer of the Luxaviation Group and previously managing director of Luxaviation Luxembourg, has been appointed managing director of the San Marino AOC.

Commenting on the certification, Fisch said, “The San Marino AOC has proven instantly popular with our customers, with three aircraft from Europe, South Africa and the Middle East already receiving their ‘T7’ San Marino tail numbers. We expect to see many new customers joining the AOC, particularly those with specific needs for large cabin certification.

“Our customers depend on us for high-quality service, and we will continue to bolster that reputation by ensuring all operations meet Luxaviation’s industry-leading standards across the board.”

Marco Conti, director general of Civil Aviation, San Marino, added, “The Republic of San Marino is a rapidly expanding centre for business in Europe, the Middle East and Southeast Asia, and our partnership with Luxaviation is the ideal coupling of two ambitious, service-oriented organizations. We look forward to this relationship continuing to grow during 2018.”

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