Avia Solutions Group, the world’s largest ACMI provider (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, and Insurance), operating a fleet of 197 aircraft, continues expansion into the Asia-Pacific region and the establishment of BBN Airlines Thailand. After recently submitting the necessary documents and looking forward to receiving the AOL (Air Operator Licence) soon followed by AOC certificate in October 2024, BBN Airlines Thailand is prepared to offer fully customized ACMI solutions in the region.
The AOL establishment process and the airline will be led by a seasoned executive team in the country. The fleet of the new airline consists of Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft—versatile, reliable, and suitable for passenger Charter and ACMI operations. The number of aircraft will be four by the end of 2024 and will increase to 16 in 2025.
Martynas Grigas, Chairman of BBN Airlines Thailand, and BBN Airlines Indonesia, shares that the aviation industry in the Asia-Pacific is steadily progressing in its recovery from the pandemic years, and experts are forecasting a full comeback to pre-COVID levels in 2024: “It is a favorable moment for BBN Airlines Thailand to bring a new perspective to the aviation business in the region. We are going to offer fully customized ACMI solutions with operational and technical assistance. I am proud to say that our services are built on the attention we pay to every single detail, putting effort into guaranteeing the satisfaction of every customer.”
Jonas Janukenas, CEO of Avia Solutions Group, emphasizes the importance of the establishment of BBN Airlines Thailand. “It is an important milestone for Avia Solutions Group’s expansion into the Asia-Pacific region. During the past few years, we have become a major aviation player in this part of the world and plan further expansion. By the end of 2024, we aim to operate a total of 5 airlines across various destinations.”