Albinati adds Globals in Italy and Malta
Albinati Aeronautics has added three more Bombardier Globals to its Swiss and Maltese Aircraft Operator’s Certificates (AOC).
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The Maltese AOC, obtained in December 2014, has added a new Global 6000 (msn 9549 / 9H-SMB) and 1999 build Global Express (msn 9036 / 9H-III) under management.
In addition, the Swiss operation has taken delivery of a brand new Global 6000 (msn 9625 / I-PFLY) that will be managed on behalf of a private Italian owner.
All aircraft will be available for charter, with the Italian Global 6000 based at Linate Airport in Milan, and the two Maltese registered Globals based at Paris Le Bourget Airport.
The new aircraft add to a rapidly expanding charter fleet that now includes four Global 6000s and one each of the Global XRS, Global 5000, Global Express, Challenger 604 and Citation CJ4.
‘The two new Global 6000 can take up to 12 passengers on intercontinental distances such as, for instance, Geneva to San Francisco, without refuelling, in an exclusive, luxurious and comfortable environment, fully equipped for business, entertainment and relaxation. This aircraft can use restrictive airports with short runways, thus increasing the number of possible landing places. Passengers will be closer to their final destination and will gain a substantial amount of time’ says the company in a press release.
The company has also recently unveiled an updated website, which now includes virtual tours of each of their aircraft.