Klyne Aviation Centre welcomes another tenant to the building, cementing its offering as an aviation and offshore hub. Swift TG Maintenance, a company that specialises in the continued airworthiness and maintenance of light aircraft, join tenants such as NHV and CHC Helicopters, ONE-Dyas, a Dutch gas operator and FurtherMore Marketing, an agency known for its work within the offshore sector and Glennair an industry training company.
Swift TG Maintenance is part of the Swift Technology Group that also tenants at the former Coltishall RAF base, known now as Scottow Enterprise Park, bringing with them experience across a wide range of sectors including; Aeronautical, Marine, Automotive, Oil & Gas and Renewable Energy industries. Their diverse range of state-of-the-art technologies deliver advanced solutions taking a complete end-to-end approach.
The new tenants join Klyne Aviation Centre in a time of change. The local aviation company has strategically navigated Covid-19, having seen a huge decrease in unscheduled flights by investing in both its offshore offering and the facility itself. Embracing modern technologies, the ambition is for the Norwich based facility to become completely carbon neutral.
The facility has undergone many changes with more still to come, electric car charging points have been installed, along with a new lighting system in both hangars, a liftshare scheme for workers, along with the promotion of multiple new in-house green policies.
Klyne Aviation Centre is headed up by Alex Durand who has worked hard to push the new green agenda, especially within the aviation sector naturally known for its Co2 emissions rather than celebrated for its ecological approach.
“With Covid-19 impacting our typical day-to-day operations this year has provided a time for reflection and re-focus within our business. Whilst there have been many challenges, we have had time to further implement many ideas for a diverse business offering including our tenancy offering, which we feel is growing a community of like-minded business offering complimentary services across similar sectors. In addition, our commitment to becoming carbon neutral has been able to take centre stage and progress much more quickly than we had anticipated. So, whilst we relish getting back to a more typical day-to-day it will be so with the addition of lots of exciting new activity here at SaxonAir.”
Alex Durand, CEO SaxonAir