Debut for Vertis Aviation at NBAA
Swiss-based Vertis Aviation, part of the independently-owned aviation company 28 East Group, will make its debut exhibition appearance at NBAA 2014 in Orlando, Florida between 20-24 October.
Vertis will promote its portfolio of ultra-long-range corporate jets to delegates looking for a boutique charter offering.
Marking its fourth anniversary at the end of October, Vertis Aviation markets seven premium ultra-long range, large cabin aircraft.
Two of these aircraft – an Airbus ACJ319 with an award winning interior created by designer Tim Callies, and a Bombardier Global XRS – are based at Moscow’s Vnukovo Airport and regularly fly transatlantic routes to Miami, New York, and Los Angeles.
Vertis will also promote the Gulfstream G650, which joined the Vertis portfolio earlier this year.
Neil Turnbull, CEO of Vertis Aviation, says: “The aircraft has predominantly been used for leisure flights and is an ideal aircraft for serving the Americas from Europe. It was particularly popular during the World Cup, and we have seen celebrities, government leaders, heads of state and royalty make the most of its exceptional speed and unique three-cabin configuration.”
“We know that delegates get overloaded with brochures and information and we just thought it would be a little bit different for delegates to have the chance to win something useful. The latest iPhone is state-of-the-art, stylish and easy to use so reflects important elements of our service,” says Turnbull.
Vertis also markets a Bombardier Global 6000, a Dassault Falcon 7X and a second Airbus Corporate Jet.
In addition to its Swiss base, the company has offices in London and in the Free Zone of Dubai World Central.
Corporate Jet Investor spoke to the three partners in London last year: