DC Aviation, the largest German business jet provider of individual flights, is now offering its guests luxurious personal care products from the line of the renowned cosmetic company, Molton Brown. With that, the company has once again elevated the comfort level of its guests, as the line of products offers everything a passenger needs on longer flights.
The flight guests of DC Aviation can, therefore, rely on high-quality products for facial and dental care as well as razor kits free of charge, or they can use an exclusive men’s fragrance or one for women created by Molton Brown. In the future, even the soap in the sanitary facilities of the business jets as well as a lavender spray that creates a relaxing sensation will be purchased from Hertfordshire where Molton Brown currently produces his line of cosmetics. In doing so, the company, which was established in 1973 in Mayfair, London, places emphasis on the finest ingredients with quality plant and marine extracts from sustainable sources. These premium products are sold in more than 70 countries worldwide. Additionally, an appealing presentation is ensured for the guests on board the business jets from DC Aviation.
About DC Aviation
DC Aviation GmbH, headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany, is the leading provider of business jets in Germany and ranks as one of the leading operators in Europe. DC Aviation emerged in 2007 out of the former DaimlerChrysler Aviation, a subsidiary of DaimlerChrysler AG, and currently offers a complete scope of business services – from aircraft management and aircraft chartering to the maintenance of business jets. The young fleet is comprised of a modern short-range jet, the Citation XLS, medium and long-range jets, such as the Gulfstream G450/G550 and also includes the VVIP Airbus 319 CJ. With four VVIP/VIP Airbus A319 CJ aircraft, the company is one of the largest European operators of this type of aircraft worldwide. In August of 2008, the company received the international certification - IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) as the first German private jet providers and was recertified in May of 2009. The IOSA Certificate is considered to be the seal of quality for flight safety by the aviation industry worldwide and is issued by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) within the scope of an audit.