Jet Aviation continues to add aircraft to its global fleet
Jet Aviation has added 29 aircraft to its global aircraft management fleet this year, including 14 aircraft in EMEA and Asia and 15 in the US.
The company continues to see strong demand for its aircraft management, charter and flight support services throughout the second half of 2015, adding 17 aircraft to its global fleet since the end of May.
In the US, Jet Aviation has recently added three Global 6000s and a Lineage based in New York; a Citation 525C and a Legacy 600 based in California; and a Gulfstream V based at London, along with a Wisconsin-based G450 to its managed fleet. Jet Aviation has also added a G550 and G650 on its US air carrier certificate for aircraft charter.
“Aircraft owners and operators know they can rely on our full scope of aviation services. With safety as our top priority, customers value our 24×7 global reach, our cost-efficient solutions and our experience.”
Dave Deitch, vice president of aircraft management and charter sales in the US said: “Aircraft owners and operators know they can rely on our full scope of aviation services. With safety as our top priority, customers value our 24×7 global reach, our cost-efficient solutions and our experience.”
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In EMEA and Asia, the company has added a G-IV in Africa, a G280, a Global 6000, several G550s and G650s and a BBJ1 in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Jet Aviation Business Jets, an Air Carrier Certificate holder headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, is responsible for delivering the company’s aircraft management and charter services in EMEA & Asia. As one of the largest aircraft management, flight support and charter companies in the world, Jet Aviation currently manages more than 150 aircraft from its Dubai, United Emirates, Hong Kong and Zurich operations.