Aviation Assets and Aviation Infrastructure

Connecting Africa through flight

Assets & Infrastructure

The African continent is a vast and diverse realm where cultures and languages combine into an amazing melting pot of opportunity. It is air travel that is building sky-bound continent-wide bridges connecting these cultures where there once only regional connection. At Gossamer Crossing, we are an important piece of the management, logistics, passenger and medical emergency evacuation systems facilitating safe compliant aviation infrastructure thru:


      • Remote Medical Evacuation Flights
      • Logistics and Courier Flights
      • FAA N-registered aircraft
      • Highly trained/qualified AC specific pilots
      • Wet Lease – ACMI
      • Gov and NGO Flight support
      • Flight Training and Flight simulation support
      • FAA certified maintenance and logistic support centers


Infrastructure Development and Support

  • Runway & Taxiway Lighting
  • Apron & Terminal Lighting
  • Runway Signage
  • Facility Access Control
  • Hybrid power, water, and waste systems
  • Runway Engineering
  • Navigation Systems (PAPI & APAPI)
  • Runway & Apron Marketing
  • Communication Towers & Systems
  • Perimeter Security Fencing
  • Airfield Operations Training
  • Runway Resurfacing

The Vision

Gossamer Crossing and our affiliated NGOs (Essential Air Service Africa) are action and accountability oriented. We drive or vision each day by way of solid “servant leader” focused leadership. Ultimately, it’s through this leadership we’re able to develop safe, efficient and affordable aviation assets and aviation infrastructure while leaving a legacy of locally trained and certified talent.

The Promise

Regardless of the aviation services being performed, Gossamer Crossing will be on-time and on-budget. Gossamer Crossing remains a consistent, reliable resource for all things aviation and engineering. Our team consists of multinational enterprise leaders, experienced aviation professionals, civil engineers, multidisciplinary scientists, and community planners, all of whom harbor the expertise required to assess, design and manage a sweeping array of aviation infrastructure projects.

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