Boutique Aviation takes off with Austrian AOC

Handover of the Austrian AOC (Photo: Boutique Aviation AG).
Handover of the Austrian AOC (Photo: Boutique Aviation AG).

Boutique Aviation takes off with Austrian AOC

Handover of the Austrian AOC (Photo: Boutique Aviation AG).
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With Boutique Aviation GmbH there is another charter airline in Austria. The offshoot of the Swiss Boutique Aviation AG received AOC and operating license from the Austrian authorities on Thursday.

The first aircraft of the start-up is a Gulfstream G550. This is entered in the register maintained by Austro Control as OE-LTC and, according to Boutique Aviation, will soon be available for commercial flights.

“Boutique Aviation has undertaken an expansion-focused corporate and management team restructuring to prepare for global growth. We are proud to have received our Austrian Air Operator Certificate led by our Regional Accountable Manager Jörg Sabitzer. As of today, we are expanding our brand and offering European commercial operations alongside our Swiss counterpart,” the company announces the expansion step into Austria.

Boutique Aviation is also a young aviation company in Switzerland, as it only entered the market in April of the previous year. At that time you got AOC and operating license from the Bazl. The flight operations in the Confederation will not be replaced by those in Austria, but both demand airlines will be operated in parallel. The reason for obtaining the EU-AOC is also that it enables easier access to the European Union market. Swiss aviation companies are subject to specific restrictions.

Formally, Boutique Aviation GmbH is 90 percent owned by EJ Capital AG. THECH Management und Verwaltungs GmbH holds 10 percent. Christian Theuermann and Niall Olver act as managing directors.

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