Altitude Global Ltd

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Altitude Global (formerly HTS Worldwide) was founded in 1999 as HeavyLift Technical Services to provide personnel, maintenance and engineering services to the aviation industry. In 2002 the organisation attained EASA Part 145 certification, further enhancing its capability and gained autonomy in 2008 through a management buy-out.

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