The Hungarian company Magnus Aircraft has opened a company in Serbia, Magnus Balkan d.o.o., with the aim of selling ultra-light aircraft of several types, but the long-term plans do not exclude the possibility of assembling or producing those aircraft also in Serbia, said the director of the Serbian office, Dragana Kostadinovic.
She told Beta that, with the opening of the company in Serbia, Magnus Aircraft would be able to dedicate itself more to the Serbian but also to the entire regional market.
“The plan is for Serbia to be the centre of operations and the main location for business development, support to the existing, but also future owners of our aircraft and other activities, for both Serbia and the Balkans region,” Kostadinovic added.
She went on to say that, although Magnus Aircraft was now a sales representative for light aircraft, the long-term plans did not exclude the possibility of assembling or producing components for light aircraft in Serbia.
The parent company, based in Hungary, is specialized in the production of several types of light aircraft, and the company’s seat is in Pecs.
Kostadinovic said that the future of aviation lies in ultra-light aircraft which are used for private business, pilot training, and military purposes.
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