Well looked after by:
Milestones of the past:
1965 Knud Harald Löhnert stood in front of a business jet in Hamburg Finkenwerder, in which Barbara would later take her first jet flight.
1970 Knud started his business for executives: the first customers were flying mostly between Cologne and Bonn, the former seat of the Western German government, and also flying to nearby European countries.
1973 Knud organized a flight from Moscow to Hamburg for the chief editor of the German STERN Magazine Henri Nannen after a visit by the then USSR chief Leonid Brezhnev. Literally a tour de force - at the height of the Cold War.
New engine technology allowed long distance flight connections in the 70's: the Lear Jet 35 brought Africa and the Middle East closer to Europe.
The German Air Rescue (DRF) took care of the return flights of German travellers in need of intense medical support and transportation. The application area is growing in the east and south. The Atlantic could now be crossed by aircraft with at least three engines.
Some 20 years ago the Hamburg airport company followed our suggestions: business flights got their own General Aviation Terminal (GAT). Barbara visited the USA to inspect leading GA-terminals. This new data from overseas helped in the planning and implementation of the local Hamburg facilities.
The GAT in Hamburg is among the top ranking FBO destination in Europe. This high standard and challenging international competition is our daily inspiration for continual improvement.
Decades of experience and presence on site...
The Service People Team offers more than 30 years of experience and expertise in the FBO (Fixed Base Operator) branch.
Our service pledge:
- arrive in comfort
- a pleasant stay for guests
- departure with ease