Milano Prime has closed 2018 with a growth of 2.5% compared to 2017 and a total of movements equal to 26,000. A 2018 of successes that has reaffirmed its leadership in the Business & General Aviation market in Italy.
For 2019, Milano Prime is preparing to give life to a new, ambitious project: the opening, in June, of the new Terminal dedicated to Business & General Aviation of the Milan Malpensa airport. A concrete step towards a further expansion of the business, which will consolidate and scale positions within the European ranking, which currently sees the Milanese company in first place in Italy and fifth in Europe in the Business & General Aviation market.
Milan Malpensa Prime, which already manages a 5,000 sqm hangar for the latest generation executive jet shelter, will develop over an area of about 1,400 m2 in a dedicated area of the airport. A polyhedron, which in its shape recalls a gem, characterized by precious finishes for common areas and reserved lounges, which will welcome passengers and crews arriving and departing, offering them a relaxed atmosphere, thanks to refined furnishings and designer lights. Direct access, along with dedicated security controls and filters will complete the service.
The gem is the leitmotif of the restyling that Milano Prime will implement starting from 2019: a perfect synthesis of contemporary luxury, rooted in the territory and style becomes, in its essence, a symbol of luxury and the new "frontier" of General Aviation : a real gem set in the territory.
The Malpensa hangar is already operational and Milano Prime is pleased to announce the signing of the agreement with Sardinian Sky Service, for the admission of the Company's fleet which will also have operational offices at the hangar itself.
Sardinian Sky Service is a company founded in 2010 by the collaboration between some Lombard entrepreneurs and with the support of passionate professionals coming from the aeronautical world. Its pilots are mostly former soldiers with long experience in the civil field and the ground staff, however, comes from major Italian and foreign airlines. Sardinian Sky Service was born managing a single Piaggio P180 Avanti and, subsequently, has implemented its fleet with Cessna Citation Excel XLS and XLS + aircraft.
The company's main activities are "World Wide" air transport, both corporate and charter; the management of private and commercial aircraft; brokerage for the acquisition of aircraft; consulting and logistical support in the field of air transport. Today, Sardinian Sky Service operates 3 Cessna Citation XLS aircraft in Milan Malpensa Prime, where its base of operations is located, and in Cairo in Egypt" - Commented Adelaide Rispoli, Commercial & Security Manager of Sardinian Sky Service