Three additions to ExecuJet’s fleet

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Three long-range aircraft have been added to the managed fleet of ExecuJet, which is part of the Luxaviation Group. The aircraft are a Dassault Falcon 8X, a Bombardier Global Express and a Global 7500 (pictured).

The Falcon 8X, based in Malaysia, has a range of 6,450 nautical miles. Meanwhile, the recently refurbished Global Express accommodates 14 passengers and is now available to charter. It has a range of 6,200 nautical miles.

 

Finally, the Global 7500, Bombardier’s flagship ultra-long-range business jet, is the first of its type to join Luxaviation’s fleet. The jet, which will be operated privately and based in Germany, can accommodate 19 passengers and has a maximum range of 7,700 nautical miles, with a top speed of Mach 0.925.

“To be announcing not one but three new additions to our fleet is testament to our customers’ trust in the Luxaviation Group for its aircraft expertise, and marks seven new aircraft in as many months,” said Niclas von Planta, vice president of ExecuJet Europe. “Our customers are increasingly looking to long-range jets to support their needs in today’s global business environment. We’re answering that demand with our expanded fleet capabilities, particularly the new Global Express, which can be chartered from today. As intercontinental travel requirements grow, our expansive fleet, global FBO presence and award-winning safety and service record will ensure we can continue to meet and surpass our clients’ expectations across the world.”

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