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Quality Fly increases fleet as part of 30% growth target

Spanish ATO Quality Fly has announced the pending arrival of four additional Tecnam P2008 aircraft as it aims to ramp up business by 30% in 2024. The order follows the addition of a second Tecnam P2006 twin-engine trainer and two P2008 single-engine trainers in 2023.

Quality Fly says the rapid growth is a mark of the success of its integrated EASA ATPL training programme course and is the reason behind its decision to increase its training fleet from 11 aircraft up to 15 aircraft at its Madrid-based headquarters.

Commenting on the new aircraft order, Quality Fly managing director Juan Cervero said: “The organisation is steadfast in its commitment to the highest quality, ensuring the industry best practice of one aircraft for each six-seven students. While weather can bring periods of limited flying frequency, such ratio ensures operational continuity in the mid and long term.

“In 2023, 65 students commenced the integrated programme, with an 11-aircraft fleet. Looking ahead to 2024, 80 places are open, with the fleet increasing to 15 aircraft through the year.”

Quality Fly confirmed that it expects to take delivery of the first two P2008s in February 2024, with the second two arriving in June.

Author: FTN Editor

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