Jet Aviation to manage US based VistaJet Challenger 350s


Challenger 350 9H-VCB arriving into Shannon on delivery (Photo: Malcolm Nason)

Jet Aviation will be managing Bombardier Challenger 350s on behalf of VistaJet’s US operation.

The first aircraft was transferred to the US fleet in February 2017. It joins four US based Bombardier Global 5000s already managed by Jet Aviation.

All aircraft have floating bases at various Jet Aviation facilities around the US.

“We are honored that VistaJet has selected Jet Aviation to operate and manage their U.S.-based fleet,” said Don Haloburdo, vice president and general manager, Jet Aviation Flight Services. “Our partnership with VistaJet has been extremely successful, and we are delighted to take our relationship to the next level. VistaJet’s impeccable reputation makes them a great partner. We look forward to continue providing the highest level of service that VistaJet and Jet Aviation customers are accustomed to.”

VistaJet currently operates 15 Challenger 350s in Europe, all on the Malta 9H- register.

“… we are pleased to announce the expansion of our partnership with Jet Aviation, said Ron Silverman, president, VistaJet U.S. Inc. “We started our collaboration in 2013, favoring their highly regarded culture of safety, to operate our U.S.-registered Global 5000 aircraft. Jet Aviation has exceeded our expectations, and as we aim to always provide our clients with the best possible flight solution, we have now decided to add the entire U.S.-registered fleet to their certificate.”