Smartlynx Airlines has a fleet of aircraft available to both airlines and tour operators for both short term projects or to boost route schedules.
Brova Air works closely with its partners to ensure maximum efficiency and effectiveness, focusing on flexibility of operations, superior maintenance and safety standards, combined with sound and ingenious financing alternatives; all of which is an integral part of the Brova Air standard operating system.
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Qnord offers tailored maintenance and continuing airworthiness solutions.
It is our contention and indeed in our humble opinion, that ‘All Africa’ could be very symbolic in the future objectives of the air aviation industry in the central parts of Africa. Future objectives should encompass all-important developments of a much needed infrastructure to support the movement of commercial originated goods and services as required with further development of the passenger transportation of business/private people within a specific country with obvious cross border activities between countries. We would feel that development of a solid compact, well organized aviation industry is the most efficient and effective way to connect freight and personal in this region, which will ultimately lead onto worldwide transportation.
We acquired the intimate knowledge from our recent visits where discussions with key decision makers and aviation authorities and companies in the region, it is easy for us to conclude the obvious; i.e. that there is a profound requirement/interest and dedication to do something about this infrastructure that is now challenging your operations now; not later.
Good business and good infrastructure is commensurate with a purpose biased planning which highlights the organization with human and capital resources being established to build such infrastructure.
We, in Brova Group have the necessary know-how and resources to assist the various countries in the region to plan, organize and execute the establishment of national airlines that work together in a cross border operation under the umbrella of’air-allafrican.com (AA). AA could and ultimately be rightfully an equivalent of ‘Europe’s Star Alliance Operation’.
Brova Group would not only welcome and relish the opportunity of working alongside our partners within the countries in this region to ensure that AA becomes a reality as a consequence of each country’s ambitions to establish its own air aviation industry as a first priority, subsequently and in a coordinated effort secure the mutual ambitions for a well-functioning AA.
- Where needed support the local authorities in establishing a well-functioning Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) based on EASA standard and requirements.
- Research and define air aviation requirements in cooperation with each particular county.
- Plan, organize and implement national air aviation industry in close cooperation with local authorities; based on sound joint venture principals of mutual interest.
- Ensure that establishment of each and every national air aviation company takes due consideration of the ambitions and requirements of AAN as the “umbrella” organization that will benefit each country.
It is envisaged that the final outcome represents two important and interlinked objectives, namely a proud and independent national air aviation company, and an equally proud and well-functioning AAN.
The inherent benefits of being part of a larger organizational entity, such as AAN are:
- Lower acquisition cost of aircrafts.
- Uniformed size of air fleet.
- Cross border cooperation on routes of mutual interest, including long haul routes.
- Lower costs on spare part.
- Lower costs on maintenance.
- Commercial negotiating strength internationally.
- Mutual commercial interests promoting growth in an organized manner.
The ambition of each country and indeed that of AAN could and should be a fully-fledged air aviation operation where and over time local resources are utilized to its fullest extent, viz:
- Organize and implement crew schooling and training facilities to ensure superior standard education alternative for crews.
- Focus on local and international requirements in educational curricula.
- Focus on cost control aspects of air aviation industry.
- Focus on commercial aspects locally and internationally.
Bravo has some of the most experienced employee staff in European aviation. Brova’s team leading our African Project is:
- Milos Andric - Norwegian citizen - CEO of Brova Group. The heart beat of the group always conscious of what is happening around, very much the soul and body of the group
- David Hughes BSc – English Citizen- Managing Director and Technical Director Brova Group ,A season aviation manager A Pilot /Engineer who has worked and been involved in several other Countries with respect to getting things right and up and running
- Peter Houston – English Citizen, Chief Financial Officer within Brova Group A man who has earned his spurs in the day to day operation of an airline a man who lets very little slip by a keen ‘bean counter’
- Martin O’Brian – Irish Citizen, Commercial/ Operations and Quality manager Brova Croup A man who has climber the commercial ladder by stealth and plain hard work who stays on top of his role irrespective of the points in question
- Gary Farley – English Citizen, Pilot and PA Brova Group Here is a man who lets nothing slip a dedicated aviation individual who always likes to be in touch with whatever is going on within the world of Aviation
- Paul Martin – English Citizen, Pilot and Project Manage Africa. A season Airline Captain who has flown anything from a B747 down to an HS 125 who has converted to engineering so a man who knows what is what within the Aviation Industry
In conclusion, we are of the firm opinion that national air aviation aspirations combined with the establishment of AfricanAirways.net could and should firmly establish what is commonplace in other parts of the world, namely an air aviation industry organized and operated by national human and capital resources. In this way, important infrastructure requirements which rightfully should belong to each country can be satisfied for the betterment of each company/ country and the region as a whole.