Execujet adds five business jets in Europe


Executive Europe's FBO facility at Cambridge Airport hosted BGAD 2013.

Execujet Europe adds two business jets to charter fleet and places three aircraft, including its biggest ever completion project under management programme.
Executive Europe's FBO facility at Cambridge Airport hosted BGAD 2013.

Executive Europe’s FBO facility at Cambridge Airport hosts BGAD 2013.

ExecuJet Europe has added five business jets to its managed and charter fleet to bring the total number up to 54 aircraft.

The company has made a Bombardier Challenger 604, based at London Luton Airport and Dassault Falcon 7X in Moscow both available for private charter.

It has also added a Gulfstream G650 in Dublin, a Hawker 750 based in Stavropol (Russia) and a new Dassault Falcon 7X based in Billund (Denmark) to its fleet of managed aircraft.

Execujet confirmed at the UK Business & General Aviation Day (BGAD) in Cambridge that the new Falcon 7X was designed with a Hermès interior and is actually the company’s biggest completion project to date.

Gerrit Basson, managing director, said: “Our managed and charter fleet has grown significantly this year and we are pleased to add more mid-size and large business jets. Demand continues to rise and we look forward to welcoming a further four aircraft to our fleet in the next few months.”

ExecuJet Europe operates 10 FBOs in the continent. It also operates business jets from Zurich, Geneva (in partnership with RUAG), Berlin, Paris (in partnership with Advanced Air Support), Frankfurt, Gerona, Barcelona, Ibiza, Valencia and Cambridge.