Aerolíneas Ejecutivas orders three Latitudes for MexJet


Aerolíneas Ejecutivas, the Mexican charter and management specialist, has ordered three Cessna Citation Latitude business jets.

Cessna says that the three aircraft will be delivered before the end of the third quarter of 2018. They will be transferred on delivery to Aerolíneas Ejecutivas’ fractional operation MexJet.

“The Latitude will bring a winning combination of class-leading cabin comfort, performance and low operating costs to ALE’s fractional customers,” said Lannie O’Bannion, vice president, sales, Latin America and Caribbean. “ALE has a long relationship with Textron Aviation’s Cessna, Beechcraft and Hawker brands, and we’re excited to add the Citation Latitude to its fleet.”

Established in 1997 as the first fractional operator in Mexico, MexJet’s fleet comprises more than 30 aircraft, including light, midsize and large aircraft, as well as helicopters.

As well as its main base at Mexico City’s Toluca Airport, MexJet has a smaller base at Monterrey Airport.

“Our fractional clients are going to appreciate the performance of this aircraft, while travelling in what is the most comfortable, technologically advanced cabin in its class,” said Alexis Javkin, business director, MexJet. “The Latitude gives passengers large cabin comfort and amenities in a midsize business jet, and we’re looking forward to demonstrating its innovative capabilities to our customers throughout Mexico and the region.”