Haute Aviation launches with an Austrian branch

Salzburg Airport (Photo: Salzburg Airport Presse).
Salzburg Airport (Photo: Salzburg Airport Presse).

Haute Aviation launches with an Austrian branch

Salzburg Airport (Photo: Salzburg Airport Presse).
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With the Salzburg-based Haute Aviation GmbH, another commercial aviation company with Austrian certificates has launched. The company was recently granted AOC and operating license.

It is a 100 percent subsidiary of the Swiss Haute Aviation AG AG. After Sparfell and Zimex, another provider from the Swiss Confederation has set up an Austrian branch.

Haute Aviation AG, a Swiss company based in Zurich, has established itself as an important player in the aviation industry in recent years. Founded in 2008, the company has quickly developed a reputation as a provider of high-quality aviation solutions to demanding customers worldwide. Haute Aviation offers a wide range of services including aircraft charter, aircraft management, aircraft sales and purchase advice, and aircraft maintenance and operations. The company serves a variety of customers including corporations, individuals, governments and government organizations.

The company has partnerships with leading aviation companies worldwide to offer its customers access to an extensive network of aircraft and services. These partnerships enable Haute Aviation to meet even the most demanding requirements and offer the highest levels of flexibility and convenience.

One machine is currently registered on the new Austrian AOC. This has the aviation registration OE-GTA and was previously registered in Switzerland to the parent company as HB-VAJ. It is an Embraer Phenom 300 business jet.

Numerous business jet operators are based in Austria

The use of business jets is growing in popularity in Austria as companies and private individuals increasingly recognize the advantages of private flights for business trips or personal purposes. Business jet operators offer a wide range of services including charter flights, aircraft management and maintenance.

The five largest business jet operators in Austria are:

  • Avcon Jet AG: Based in Vienna, Avcon Jet is one of the leading providers of business aviation services in Central Europe. The company operates a fleet of modern private jets and offers tailor-made charter solutions for customers worldwide.
  • VistaJet: As a global leader in premium charter flights, VistaJet also has a significant presence in Austria. The company offers tailored flight solutions for business and private travel and has an impressive fleet of luxury aircraft.
  • Jet Aviation: It is a global business aviation services company and also operates a branch in Austria. The company offers a variety of services including charter flights, aircraft management and maintenance.
  • Globe Air: As the European market leader for private jet charter, GlobeAir also offers first-class services in Austria. The company operates a fleet of light private jets, offering customers flexible and convenient flight options.
  • Airlink Luftverkehrs GmbH: Based in Graz, Airlink Luftverkehrs GmbH is a renowned provider of business aviation services in Austria. The company offers customized charter flights and aircraft management for business and private customers.

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René Steuer is an editor at Aviation.Direct and specializes in tourism and regional aviation. Before that, he worked for AviationNetOnline (formerly Austrian Aviation Net), among others.
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