19-May-2014 Source: Nordic Rotors
The executive airplane company and helicopter operator EastAiris changing name to Hummingbird Aviation Services. The shift marks the start of a new expansive phase, according to the company.
“Our new name, logotype and graphic expression are visual signs of our transition to a full aviation house”, says CEO Martin Johansson. By adding more aircraft and personnel to its new ownership structure Hummingbird Aviation Services aims to become the leading executive aviation company in Scandinavia, both in fixed-wings and helicopters.
Hummingbird Aviation Services provides executive flights and inter-hospital emergency medical transports with its fleet of jet planes; two LearJet 45s, two Citation CJ3s and one Falcon 900. It offers flight training and a range of helicopter operations with its R22 and R44 helicopters. The company plans to build an own business terminal at Stockholm-Bromma Airport, where a technical department will fit as well.
Hummingbird Aviation Services / EastAir is owned by Jan Åke Glommen and Martin Johansson since the turn of the year. The former owner, Lars Österwall, remains as accountable manager (AM).
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