Luxaviation publishes growth figures over the last five years

Patrick Hansen, Luxaviation

Patrick Hansen (centre) acquiring London Executive Aviation from Patrick Margetson-Rushmore and George Galanopoulos,

Luxaviation Group grew its business jet fleet to 90 aircraft in 2014, increasing its flights by more than 100 per cent over the course of the year and doubling passenger kilometers to reach a total of 43 million km.

In the past five years, the company completed 26,000 flights and reached a total of 60,000 passengers.

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As of 2010, Luxaviation Group flew to 894 airports. The most popular routes including flights to and from Côte d’Azur, London, Luxembourg and Moscow.

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Luxaviation Group is the owner of six European operating companies: Luxaviation (Luxembourg), Luxaviation Germany (Germany), Abelag (Belgium), Unijet (France), LEA (UK) and Masterjet (Portugal).

The Luxaviation Group is led by co-CEO Patrick Hansen, who is number 7 on the Corporate Jet Investor Power List 2015.

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