History

On the right course for more than 60 years

 

2020

  • Component Shop extends scope of services with Winslow Life Raft approval
Aero-Dienst Component Shop erhält Winslow Life Raft Zulassung 2020

2019

  • Acceptance and Delivery of a factory new Bombardier Challenger 350 to German customer
  • Opening of an interior showroom at the Nuremberg headquarters

2018

  • Bombardier Authorized Service Facility (ASF) Excellence Award in the Europe category for the fourth time running
  • 20th anniversary with our shareholder ADAC
  • 60th anniversary of Aero-Dienst
  • Opening of a Component Shop in Landsberg am Lech
  • Challenger 604 put into flight operation

2017

  • Approval of the Maintenance Line Station Vienna as an Authorized Service Center (ASC) for the Falcon 900EX, EX EASy, DX and LX variants as well as the 2000EX EASy, DX, LX, LXS and S variants
  • Start of flight operation with Challenger 300
  • Establishment of a line maintenance station in Klagenfurt for Global, Challenger, Falcon and Hawker
  • Bombardier Authorized Service Facility (ASF) Excellence Award in the Worldwide and Europe categories for the third time running

2016

  • Bombardier Authorized Service Facility (ASF) Excellence Award in the Worldwide and Europe categories
  • New King Air 350 put into ambulance operation

2015

  • New Learjet 60XR put into ambulance operation
  • Bombardier Authorized Service Facility (ASF) Excellence Award in the Worldwide and Europe categories

2014

  • Approval for Global Express XRS, 5000, 5000 GVFD, 6000 Line and Base Maintenance
  • Approval as Learjet 70/75 and Challenger 350 Authorized Service Facility (ASF)
  • Aero-Dienst receives the new AOC according to ‘EU Regulation 965/2012 Air Operations’ as the second operator in Germany

2013

  • Start of flight operation with new Falcon 7X
  • Start of flight operation with new Citation CJ4

2012

  • Approval as GE Authorized Service Center for the CF-34 engines
  • Start with cabin refurbishments & modifications at Nuremberg base

2011

  • Expansion by increasing its capacities in a new hangar at Nuremberg Airport (86,000 square feet total hangar space)
  • Start of flight operation with new Embraer Phenom 300 at Duesseldorf airport
  • Second Cessna CJ3 extends the Executive Charter- and Management fleet at the Oberpfaffenhofen location
Aero-Dienst opens new hangar 2011

2010

  • CAT II / IIIa approval for precision landing approaches on Falcon 900EXy

2009

  • Brand new Falcon 900EX EASy expands executive charter and management fleet
  • Second Learjet 45XR extends the Executive Charter- and Management fleet
  • Appointment as Recognized Maintenance Facility and Mobile Repair Team for the PW300 engine series
  • Approval as Falcon 7X Authorized Service Center

2008

  • Extension by a third hangar to a total of 5500 m² and 50th anniversary of Aero-Dienst
  • Approval as Falcon 900EX / EX EASy Authorized Service Center
  • Start of Falcon 900EX flight operations
  • Start of Cessna CJ3 flight operations (steep approach capability, London City)
Aero-Dienst opens new hangar 2008

2007

  • Approval as Challenger 300 / 604 / 605 Authorized Service Facility
  • Approval as Falcon 2000EX EASy Authorized Service Center
  • Start of Learjet 45XR flight operations (steep approach capability, London City)

2006

  • Maintenance of Falcon 2000EX EASy
  • Appointment as the only Raisbeck ZR LITE Dealer and installation facility in Europe
  • Establishment of a line maintenance station in Vienna for Learjet, Challenger and Falcon

2004

  • Maintenance and operation of Dornier 328 Jet
  • Approval as design organization EASA, Part 21, Section A, Subpart J

2002

  • Approval as design organization JAR-21
  • Sale of the GFD to EADS

2001

  • Start of Challenger 604 flight operations
Aero-Dienst starts operating CL604 2001

2000

  • The helicopter sector is shut down

1998

  • ADAC becomes the new owner of Aero-Dienst
Aero-Dienst ADAC new owner 1998

1997

  • The Berlin-Tempelhof branch is transformed in an independent company, the Beechcraft Berlin aviation GmbH
Aero-Dienst: Niederlassung in Berlin-Tempelhof wird in ein selbstständiges Unternehmen, die Beechcraft Berlin Aviation GmbH, umgewandelt

1995

  • Maintenance and sale of Agusta helicopters
Aero-Dienst maintenance and sale Augusta helicopters 1995

1990

  • Establishment of a branch in Berlin-Tempelhof as a basis in the new Federal States
Aero-Dienst errichtet Niederlassung in Berlin-Tempelhof

1989

  • Extension by a second hangar with flight operations, avionics and a central spare parts depot to a total of 4000 m²
  • Foundation of the GFD GmbH, a joint venture with Lufthansa, for the airborne target towing for the German and NATO Armed Forces
Aero-Dienst Hangar 02 1989

1986

  • Sale, maintenance and chartering of the Hawker 125 series

1983

  • Sale of the Brazilian turboprop aircraft Embraer
Aero-Dienst sale of the Brazilian turboprop aircraft Embraer 1983

1979

  • Moving into our own modern maintenance and repair facility with shops for engines and Avionic
  • Diehl becomes the sole shareholder

1978

  • Sale, maintenance and chartering of Bell helicopters

1975

  • Start of the ambulance service for ADAC members

1970

  • Expansion of the flight operations to more than 5.7 tons MTOW
Aero-Dienst Hangar 02 > 5t 1970

1968

  • Sale, maintenance and chartering of Learjets

1966

  • Maintenance and sale of the four-engine Potez turboprop aircraft
  • Commercial flight operations (AOC D-002 EG) and aircraft management

1958

  • 1958 Foundation of Aero-Dienst GmbH as a maintenance company for general aviation in Nuremberg by the Diehl and Faun companies