Linz, Austria, August 29, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- GlobeAir, one of the most successful pioneers of the air taxi service in Europe, obtained a new Aircraft Operator´s Certificate (AOC) in compliance with the latest European regulation EC 965/2012 “EASA CAT IR” and are now approved for air cargo transportation.
GlobeAir dedicated an entire team of experts working in real time with many focal points at Austro Control allowing it to reach this new milestone well ahead of schedule.
Bernhard Fragner, CEO of GlobeAir, proudly announces that: “A dedicated team, led by our NPF Commander Leopold Vecchione and Project Manager Commander Gerhard Klammerberger, has been fully dedicated to its project since October 2013. GlobeAir has worked together with the National Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) to achieve all the certifications and to fully comply with the regulations established by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for commercial operators in Europe, implementing successfully all the new requirements in the daily flight operations addressing the highest level of flight safety.”
This great achievement allows GlobeAir to broaden its offer, providing dedicated, reliable, and expert air freight charter service to meet the most demanding schedules.
Thanks to its 24/7 operations and the latest state of the art navigation system, the leading European AirTaxi provider is now able to ensure a safe, quick and cost-effective air freight charter solution, from urgent documents, valuable goods or critical movement of spare parts delivered.
All air cargo flights are arranged with the utmost security and safety standard and they are complimented with additional land arrangements, including pickup and delivery services, backed by a trustworthy international network and seamless logistics.
As part of the new EASA AOC, GlobeAir has also introduced new environmentally-friendly procedures as part of a conscious corporate social responsibility.
Starting with the digital conversion of all paperwork needed on board, available now electronically on several certified software applications on iPad, GlobeAir has also adopted an innovative navigation technology allowing it to reduce fuel consumption and hence overall emissions.
The revolutionary Performance-based Navigation (PBN) represents in fact a turning point in aviation which provides flight profile efficiency and airspace optimization.
GlobeAir promptly introduced the PBN on its flights to enjoy a wide range of benefits including more air routes, reduced step climb and descent, reduced fuel consumption and carbon emission, reduced maintenance costs and above all more safety.
Once again GlobeAir proves to be a fast mover and thanks to these improvements aims to satisfy a larger number of clients' needs.