An excellent visit for an excellent company. This morning, H.E. Fabrizio Romano, Italy’s Ambassador in Malta, visited our headquarters to meet the Italian pilots / entrepreneurs who moved to the island to create a business jet airline, wich is also active in two specific divisions; the cargo sector, as well as charter. Hosting the Italian Ambassador in the beautiful Birkirkara headquarters, were Luxwing CEO CPT Giuseppe Sapia, Sales Manager CPT Daniele Guida, the Flight Operations Manager CPT Francesco Leotta and Pilot Training Manager CPT Davide Natoli.
“I am happy to have met this important international reality – commented the H.E. Fabrizio Romano – which brings friendship between our two countries even closer and better. I am proud that at the heart of this important company there are Italians ”. “We were honored to be able to meet H.E. Ambassador Romano – explained the Luxwing CEO CPT Giuseppe Sapia – a person prepared and attentive to the needs of Italians abroad, both in terms of business and in terms of assistance to Italian workers living abroad “
Founded in Malta in 2011, thanks to an innovative commercial policy and a very high professional level, Luxwing immediately grew intensively, adding medium and light jet airplanes to the fleet as well as highly specialized services, such as transport of dangerous goods – explosives and radioactive material, becoming a point of reference for established pharmaceutical companies.
Today Luxwing is a highly regarded player in this market, having combined the efficiency and rigour of the aeronautical business with the typical Italian class and flexibility.
Luxwing operates mainly in Europe, but also in the rest of the world, with a fleet of thirty jets capable of responding to all mobility needs. The fleet also includes two specialized cargo aircraft and two airliners currently marketed by SkyAlps. The visit of H.E. Fabrizio Romano is a recognition of the work done in recent years, a story of commitment and success of a group of Italians who have decided to invest in Malta.