Zeusch Aviation, based at Lelystad Airport (EHLE) in The Netherlands, provides a wide variety of aerial support using our King Air aircraft. Lelystad is the largest general aviation airport in The Netherlands. It is currently undergoing expansion to accommodate overflow from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, which is at its maximum allowed aircraft movements. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is the main airport in The Netherlands and is a short drive from Lelystad, making Lelystad an excellent alternative for those looking for a more passenger-friendly experience.
Herman is an aviation professional with more than 30 years of experience. He has a thorough knowledge of aircraft maintenance, servicing and engineering derived from various positions in aircraft manufacturing, maintenance management and the aircraft completion and conversion industry.
Boudewijn is an experienced pilot with both multi-engine and single-engine certifications. Boudewijn is first officer and when he’s not flying also involved in the sales and marketing activities within Zeusch.
Martha has more than 15 years experience in commercial and first class aviation. Derived from various sales & marketing positions within airlines in Europe and South-East Asia. Experience our Beechcraft King Air aircrafts for high-end charter, relay and medevac service flights.
Yvette is responsible for Office Management at Zeusch. She also supports the team in other areas where necessary. She is also the assistant to the Managing Director. She has more than 28 years of experience in sales & support, customer contact and service.
Danny is an aviation maintenance professional with 20 years of experience. This experience ranges from hands-on to engineering, planning and controlling of aircraft maintenance. Within Zeusch he is responsible to keep our aircraft flying in the safest and best way possible.
Meet Our Fleet
Beechcraft King Air
The Beechcraft King Air family is produced by Hawker Beechcraft. The King Air was the first aircraft in its class and has been in continuous production since 1964, giving the aircraft the longest continual production run of any civilian aircraft of its class. It has outsold all of its turboprop competitors combined.Discover the fleet