ExecuJet adds new aircraft to managed fleet


Company adds 5 aircraft in Europe and one in the Middle East

ExecuJetExecuJet Europe has added 6
new aircraft to the managed fleet since April this year and is continuing to
add on average one aircraft a month. New additions since March this year
include a Danish-registered Falcon 7X, UK-registered Falcon 900 EX EASy and Falcon
2000, both positioned at Geneva Airport and an Embraer Legacy 600 and a Hawker
800B, also on the British register, based in Marseilles and Palma de Mallorca,
respectively. Operated for private use and based at London City
Airport, is a new Isle of
Man M-registered Falcon 7X. The new arrivals boast ExecuJet’s European-based
managed fleet to 50-plus aircraft, one third of which are available for charter.
Four of the six new aircraft (the Falcon 900 EX EASy the Falcon 2000, the
Hawker 800B and the Legacy 600) are available for third party charter. 

has also added two new offices for charter sales, one in Geneva and the other in Palma de Mallorca.
The new charter sales offices complement established bases in London,
Zurich, Moscow
and Berlin

“It is
very positive that we are adding to our managed aircraft and charter fleet as
the demand for charter in Europe starts to climb again,” said ExecuJet managing
director Europe, Cedric Migeon. “We are
currently seeing a growing demand for a varied mix of aircraft and a trend
among brokers and clients to request smaller cabin aircraft, not just long
range aircraft, when seeking charter requests.”

ExecuJet Middle East has a
new Challenger 850 added to its charter fleet. The aircraft is placed on
ExecuJet’s United Arab Emirates Air Operators Certificate and is available for
charter flights.

ExecuJet Middle East business
development director Paul van der Blom stated: “We are very pleased with the
new addition to the fleet. The Challenger 850, although not a new aircraft for
us, is the first of this type on our commercial register and the owner is a
repeat customer who we thank for his continued trust in ExecuJet.”