Gama Aviation strengthens interests in Middle East business aviation market

Gama Aviation is to build a new business aviation facility at Sharjah International Airport, UAE, as it seeks to capitalise on the needs of the Middle East business aviation market which is expected to grow by 7% a year between now and 2024.

The company increased its operations at the airport in August 2015, including acquiring additional aircraft parking space to meet the growing demand it was experiencing for its large-cabin business aviation services.Gama Aviation believes that Sharjah International Airport’s location makes it perfectly situated to capitalise on this ongoing demand for business aviation in the region – especially for those looking to travel to Dubai, given that the airport is situated closest to the city’s downtown business district.Martin Ringrose, managing director for Gama Aviation Middle East commented, “Our Sharjah FBO is just 30 minutes from Downtown Dubai, making our offering extremely competitive when compared to others in the region – notably Dubai South, which is an hour’s drive away from Downtown Dubai. We expect our enhanced offering at Sharjah International Airport to allow more and more business travellers to save time and money by taking the most direct route to Dubai, Sharjah and the rest of the northern Emirates.”

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