Jet Aviation to add Moscow-based Global 5000 to managed fleet
Jet Aviation will add a Moscow-based Bombardier Global 5000 to its fleet of managed aircraft. The company is working in close cooperation with Swiss FOCA to bring the aircraft onto its AOC, and expects the aircraft to be available for charter services when it will be delivered in December 2012.
With delivery expected in December, the Global 5000 aircraft will be managed by Jet Aviation and available for charter services as soon as approval for commercial transport is secured.
“We are thrilled to make this Global 5000 available to our charter customers in Moscow, where long-distance, wide-body business jets are preferred,” said Claudio Peer, vice president of sales for aircraft management and charter, EMEA and Asia.
“We look forward to welcoming a new Global 5000 to Moscow to better serve our customers,” added Ian Ludlow, general director at Jet Aviation Moscow Vnukovo. “Having entered into a spare parts agreement with Bombardier earlier this year, we have an excellent working arrangement and we are fully committed to upholding the highest service standards with our entire fleet.”