International Jet Management adds two business jets
Austrian-based International Jet Management will promote charter flights on a Falcon 900 and Learjet 40XR through AC Aviation Charter in Zurich.
International Jet Management in Austria has added a Dassault Falcon 900 and Bombardier Learjet 40XR to its charter fleet.
Felix Feller, CEO and founder of International Jet Management (IJM), said: “We are very happy about these two additions to our fleet, especially as we already operate both aircraft types. IJM is very proud of its large and homogenous Falcon 900 fleet and we are very happy to enlarge our Learjet fleet as well.”
“Thanks to our motivated and experienced staff at our headquarters in Vienna, it was very easy to integrate these aircraft into our fleet. We are committed to fulfilling the high expectations of the owners of these new aircraft and the efficient and fast implementation into the fleet was the first successful proof of this,” added Feller.
Both the Falcon and the Learjet are available for charter flights and will be promoted through IJM’s charter partner, AC Aviation Charter, which is based in Zurich, Switzerland.
Robert Schmoelzer, managing director of IJM, said: “So far, we are satisfied with the way 2013 is developing for us and we are confident we will welcome one or more aircraft to join our fleet by the end of this year. We anticipate we will be in a position to announce more exciting news when we celebrate our 10 year anniversary in November this year.”
IJM launched in 2003 and is headquartered in near Vienna-Schwechat International Airport. The company manages around 20 aircraft, with a fleet that ranges from a Hawker 400A to much longer range aircraft, including a Falcon 7X, a Bombardier Global 5000 and a Gulfstream G500. IJM offers aircraft sales and consulting services, as well as private jet charter.