Jet Aviation brings Dassault Falcon 2000 under its AOC for EMEA and Asia

Jet Aviation gains operator’s certificate from the Swiss FOCA for its Dassault Falcon 2000.

Available for charter services since January this year, the Geneva-based Dassault Falcon 2000 now operates under Jet Aviation’s Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) and is fully managed by Jet Aviation.

Known for its large cabin, high speed and transcontinental range, the Falcon 2000 comfortably seats 10 passengers, yet is optimized for economy. The twin-engine aircraft has a non-stop range of 6.5 hours, accommodates a cabin attendant and has beds available to sleep up to 5 people. Cabin amenities include CD and DVD players, a coffee maker, lavatory, microwave and oven.

“The Dassault Falcon 2000 is a great addition to our fleet,” said Claudio Peer, vice president of aircraft management and charter sales for EMEA & Asia. “Ideal for short or mid-range flights, expanding our charter fleet to include the Falcon 2000 offers our customers more options and flexibility, along with maintenance and operational benefits depending on their individual needs.”

Jet Aviation’s European charter fleet consists of various types and sizes of aircraft, including three Citation Bravos, a Citation Excel, a Phenom 300, a Dassault Falcon 2000 and a 900 EX, as well as two Gulfstream G550 aircraft. All aircraft in the fleet are similarly outfitted and include the latest technological safety enhancements, navigation devices, communication tools, business amenities and entertainment systems. The charter aircraft are 100 % controlled by Jet Aviation and are maintained by the company’s highly skilled, factory trained flight and maintenance crews. Cabin and flight crews are specifically trained to offer the utmost in service and discretion.

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Source: Jet Aviation
Date: Mar 21, 2012