Jet Aviation has added 23 aircraft to its global management fleet to date this year, three of which are available for charter.
Jet Aviation continues to grow its service offerings to meet and exceed its clients’ demands. Since January, the company has grown its global aircraft management and charter fleet by 23 aircraft, including seven in Europe, two in the Middle East, two in Africa, four in Asia and eight in the U.S. The aircraft available for charter include a Falcon 900EX in Europe, and a Global 5000 and Challenger 604 in the U.S. All charter aircraft are equipped with essential amenities.
Ideal for transoceanic and transcontinental trips, the Geneva-based Falcon 900EX has a large cabin that comfortably seats up to 14 passengers. The cabin is well-appointed, featuring a phone and fax, Air Show and entertainment systems, and it is equipped with six beds. With a range of 7,800 km, the Falcon 900 EX is optimal for trips to New York, Recife, Dakar, Harare, Dehli, Moscow and Irkutsk.
The Global 5000 is a long-range aircraft that provides passengers the comfort and space needed for long-distance trips. This aircraft is based in Portsmouth, N.H. and includes Swift broadband internet services, monitors throughout the aircraft, and a divided cabin for privacy. Equipped to sleep six travelers, the Global 5000 has all the essential amenities and added features to make any trip comfortable.
Based in Chicago, Ill., the Challenger 604 is a large cabin aircraft with a range of up to 7,000 km. It has a full galley, a superb sound system, flight phones and monitors. This aircraft can accommodate nine passengers and has room to sleep four travelers comfortably.
“We have expanded our fleet to provide our clients with more options for charter services,” says Claudio Peer, vice president of sales for aircraft management and charter in EMEA & Asia.
““Meeting our customers’ demands is our top priority,” adds Don Haloburdo, vice president Jet Aviation Flight Services. “The Jet Aviation team of professionals is dedicated to providing the highest level of service standards to ensure a positive customer experience.”
Source: Jet Aviation
Date: May 31, 2013