Luxaviation fleet grows in 2019

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Luxaviation has added a number of new aircraft to its managed fleet in Europe, including two recent additions – a Bombardier Global Express XRS and a Global 5000 – which bring the total to nine jets joining over the past nine months.

The Luxaviation Group consists of Luxaviation Helicopters, Starspeed and business aviation entities including ExecuJet, and offers a range of services including aircraft management for private and commercially registered aircraft, charter, maintenance and FBOs.

Combined, Luxaviation operates more than 260 jets and helicopters and employs more than 1,000 employees worldwide.

“Having an average of one aircraft joining our managed fleet every month attests to the care and expertise shown by our staff members for each client, whether they’re new to Luxaviation or have a long-standing relationship with us,” said Niclas von Planta, vice president, Luxaviation Europe. “Our aircraft management service provides all the benefits of ownership, without the added hassle of managing operations. This gives our customers greater efficiencies and lower costs than acting as an individual. Plus, they can enjoy peace of mind knowing that their aircraft’s compliance, maintenance and upkeep is being taken care of by skilled, experienced practitioners.”

Luxaviation operates globally across Africa, Asia-Pacific, the Caribbean, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East, under the regulatory umbrella of 15 air operator’s certificates. Luxaviation also has a global network of 27 FBOs, which are operated under the ExecuJet brand.

“As business jet ownership levels increase worldwide, we are fully prepared to meet the growing demand for aircraft management, no matter where our customers are based across the globe,” von Planta said.

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