Key Air adds Falcon 7X to its Part 135 charter fleet
Key Air has added a Dassault Falcon 7X to its Part 135 charter certificate, expanding the company’s private jet charter fleet.
The newly added Falcon 7X has a range of 5,950 statute miles with a 0.90 Mach Maximum Operating Speed (MMO). It can easily connect city pairs like Paris-Tokyo, Shanghai-Seattle or New York-Saudi Arabia.
The aircraft offers luxurious leather seating for up to 14 passengers. It also comes complete with a satellite phone and fax, airshow display and is Wi-Fi enabled. The fully-equipped galley includes a microwave, convection oven and espresso maker to easily accommodate lighter snacks or full-course meals.
Alan DePeters, Key Air president and CEO said: “The addition of this pristine, high precision aircraft will benefit our operations and provide a great option for the discerning charter client.”
“We are extremely happy with the growth we have experienced to our managed aircraft fleet. Within the first five months of the year, Key Air has added four ultra-long-range aircraft to our charter certificate offering clients a broader range of charter aircraft to choose from. We look forward to continuing this momentum by providing unique, personalised services to the aircraft owner and to our clients who charter the aircraft,” added DePeters.
“We are extremely happy with the growth we have experienced to our managed aircraft fleet.”
The Falcon 7X joins a list of ultra-long-range aircraft on Key Air’s charter certificate including the Global 5000, Gulfstream GV, G450 and GIVSPs. The fleet also includes the Falcon 2000LX, 900EX, Challenger 604, Hawker 800XP and Learjet 45 aircraft.