Austria’s MJet adds new Gulfstream G550 to charter fleet


MJet's new G550 pictured still wearing its test registration

Austrian charter company MJet adds new Gulfstream G550 to its growing charter fleet.
MJet's new G550 pictured still wearing its test registration

MJet’s new G550 pictured still wearing its test registration.

Austrian based charter and management company MJet has added a brand new Gulfstream G550 business jet to its ever expanding fleet of aircraft available for private charter.

Gulfstream G550 msn 5434 / OE-IGO was delivered directly from Gulfstream’s Brunswick completion center to Vienna, although the aircraft will be based separately in Eastern Europe.

“We have been impressed by the quality of the completion done in this Gulfstream facility, which is smaller than other completion centers owned by the US manufacturer,” says Konstantin ESSLER, chief operating officer or MJET, who personally accepted the aircraft delivery. “The staff here in Brunswick was responsive and attentive to our remarks and findings. We have succeeded to finalise the acceptance of a very well built aircraft, completed by a manufacturer who has been building bizjets for more than half of a century.”

MJet’s new G550 can carry a maximum of 16 passengers and has a range of 12,500km. On arrival at Vienna Airport, the aircraft will be added to the company’s Air Operators Certification and operated commercially.

With this latest delivery, MJet now manages seven Gulfstream types, including three Gulfstream G200s, one Gulfstream V and one Gulfstream G450.

MJet’s aircraft fleet also includes one Bombardier Global 5000 and one Global 6000. Both of the Bombardier Global private jets are based in Moscow, however several of MJet’s fleet is also based in Kiev.