Business Aviation offers companies, governments, communities and private individuals tailor-made and flexible air transportation.
It is part of the mobility mix and mainly a working tool.
Business Aviation vs. Scheduled Flight
The perception of Business Aviation in public means luxury and exclusive flying but this is wrong! Because Business Aviation is extremely effective and time-saving.
Connectivity to remote and decentralized regions
While airlines only operate into approx. 500 airports,
Business Aviation can operate to more than 1,400 airports within Europe.
Facts and Figures
Source: EBAA Country Profiles, Year 2020.
Types and Market Share of Business Aviation
Quelle: EBAA Country Profiles, Jahr 2020
Specific Air Operation
For safe and legal flying with small aircraft and business jets, the basic rule is that all carriage of passengers, cargo, and mail for remuneration requires an operating license.
As a customer and passenger, please make sure that you fly only with approved air carriers. Only these are operating with an operating license and an Air Operator Certificate (AOC). Companies approved by an aviation authority such as the German Luftfahrt-Bundesamt (LBA) provide safe flight operations, meet all insurance requirements and employ pilots with the necessary licenses.
We want you to arrive safely!
Variety of the Business Aviation Branch
At the GBAA, you’ll meet the wide variety of the industry: commercial operators, handling and maintenance companies, manufacturers, corporate operators, consultants, insurance companies, brokers and financial service providers.
GBAA membership provides you with contacts throughout the Business Aviation community. Through intensive networking at our frequent member meetings, innovation and value are driven for your business.
We regularly prepare up-to-date information on legal and regulatory changes for you. Particularly in turbulent times such as the Corona pandemic and Brexit, our members appreciate GBAA’s professional news policy.
Want to learn more about your benefits as a GBAA member?
Andreas Mundsinger, CEO
German Business Aviation Association e. V.