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Quantum of completions for Ocean Sky

8th December 2008 - 12:01 GMT | by The Shephard News Team

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London-headquartered fixed-base operator Ocean Sky – which recently supported production of the James Bond film Quantum of Solace - has acquired British cabin outfitting specialist Dean Aircraft Interiors.

Based at Manchester Airport, Dean Aircraft Interiors includes amongst its clients charter carries First Choice, Thomas Cook and MyTravel and a number of private business jet owners.

Ocean Sky was founded as an aircraft broker in 2003 and moved into the FBO market in 2005. “Up to now we’ve been able to maintain engines and airframes,” says chief executive Kurosh Tehranchian. “Now we can also address the cabin, taking on repairs, restoration and fitting out to a very high standard. This is another step towards our goal of offering a full completions service.”

Founded in 1989, Dean Aircraft Interiors has for several years carried out refurbishments and repairs on the cabins of the Ocean Sky fleet of owned and managed aircraft. The family-run company holds EASA Part 21 and EASA Part 145 approvals.
 
Ocean Sky has fixed-base operations at Manchester and Glasgow Prestwick, and representative offices in Salzburg, Zurich and Moscow. It recently announced plans to expand its maintenance network by acquiring fixed-base operations in central Europe. The company is also the exclusive supplier of aircraft services to Eon Productions, maker of Quantum of Solace.

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