Harmony news April 2018
Harmony Jets is approaching one year of operations with some very satisfactory
Company Income is growing at the rate of 7% a month.
Winter season has been a good positive confirmation of our estimates and Market positioning.
Despite an Engine change and a C check reducing operational availability of Falcon 100 fleet, with its dedicated MRO, HMJ managed to go above and beyond the operational and financial goals.
Controlling maintenance allowed Harmony jets to keep the highest aircraft availability while keeping maintenance costs very low.
Harmony jets introduced in December its dedicated Harmony jets Member Card selling 10 hours of Falcon 100 for 24 000 Euros. This card met the market with an instantaneous return from our customers.
After the Falcon 50 introduction in December and the Beech 90 in March; Harmony Jets started the process of introducing one Cessna Citation I and one Cessna Bravo.
The Business Airline is reinforcing its Maltese team, with an UK sales Manager, a Cost Control Manager, a Compliance Monitoring Deputy Manager, a CAMO additional support and 8 additional pilots.
Malta has been a very Aviation business friendly place, allowing our company to set up the conditions for entering the market in a very agressive way with its concept of Radical Transparency.