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Lifting You Towards Success Writer:Phoebe CalverProject Manager:Kane Weller 2016 proved to be yet another high-flying year for Falcon Aviation, exceeding numerous targets the Company had set for itself previously; the success of which lying within its ability to provide a world-class service to all customers.With oil prices dropping last year, Falcon Aviation employed effective and admirable teamwork in order to aid some of its main customers in the oil & gas industries. Working closely with ADMA and TOTAL, Falcon Aviation was subsequently able to move through this difficult period, evolving and strengthening its status as a major player in the UAE ADNOC Operations.“We have provided continuous support to ADMA, with efficient 19-seater state-of-the-art AW189s and a large proportion of our fleet of Bell 412s,” explains Captain Ramandeep Oberoi, Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Falcon Aviation. “We have also brought in AW169 in order to successfully make the TOTAL operations compliant with their rigorous safety requirements.“It gives us great pride to be the first offshore operator of AW 169s in the world and we have also supported TOTAL and Wintershall Operations with our second AW189.”Falcon Aviation’s two Dash 8 Q400 NG remain the backbone of ADNOCs operations for Das and Zirku islands, with Abu Dhabi’s Al Bateen Airport continuing to grow as the main hub for these operations.A huge part of the Company’s success and continuous work with big-name clients is down to its high achievement record. A prime example of this can be seen when looking at the Company’s key performance indicators (KPI) for last year where it

Cameron Lawrence By Cameron Lawrence

Falcon Aviation Services LLC

At the Leading-Edge of Aviation InnovationWriter: Emily JarvisProject Manager: Kane Weller Defined by its high level of customer support and a refined business strategy, Falcon Aviation has built a name synonymous with safety, quality and aviation excellence among the Middle East’s industry elite.Placing particular emphasis on helicopter transport for the oil & gas sector - both offshore and inland - which represents just under half of its core business today, Falcon Aviation has continued to grow its market share at a time when others are consolidating due to the oil price drop.“Our longstanding partners have appreciated our efforts to keep up with the latest safety and technology trends, and subsequently awarded us with additional contracts that have strengthened the backbone of Falcon Aviation,” says Captain Ramandeep Oberoi, the Company’s Chief Operating Officer (COO). “By listening to the customer to find and provide an accurate, tailored approach to their needs, we are proud to deliver a world-class service. This is what differentiates us from the competition.” With 2016 marking the luxury highflier’s  10-year anniversary operating out of the UAE’s premier VIP-orientated Al Bateen Executive Airport, Falcon Aviation plans to utilise its already extensive local knowledge of the industry – comprising oil & gas aviation support, private jet and helicopter chargers, and MRO and aircraft management – to become an FBO (fixed-base operations) at Al Maktoum International Airport in Dubai; further extending its geographic reach and capacity with a new hangar, as well as establishing an MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) facility.“We are proud to have built and maintained a very good

Cameron Lawrence By Cameron Lawrence