Nomad Aviation looks back on a successful year 2022


During the course of 2022 Nomad Aviation’s global fleet of managed aircraft was expanded by a total of five large cabin and ultra-long range business jets, a Bombardier Global XRS, a Gulfstream V, two Gulfstream G550s and a Dassault Falcon 8X.

In addition, a previously privately operated Bombardier Global 5000 was added to Nomad Aviation’s Swiss AOC. This Central Europe based aircraft quickly gained popularity on the charter market and ideally complement Nomad Aviation’s charter fleet, which currently consists of a Gulfstream G450, a Bombardier Global 5000 and an Airbus ACJ319.

Thomas Köhli, CEO of Nomad Aviation said, “We are delighted that we have been able to further expand our fleet of managed aircraft especially in the ultra-long range segment. A corporate or private jet is that kind of asset that has seen more and more owners entrust the management to Nomad Aviation for a wide range of benefits, maximized flexibility and efficiency.”

“While the charter market was already flourishing in 2021 as it experienced a massive increase in demand after the Covid-19 crisis, this increase has definitely not stagnated in 2022. We are very pleased to see how the market continued to grow throughout 2022. The addition of the Bombardier Global 5000 to our AOC certainly came at the right time,” said Christoph Thurnherr, Nomad Aviation’s vice president aircraft management & sales.

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