MHS Aviation grows its fleet with a Bombardier Challenger 604
Munich – 26 August 2020 – A fully refurbished Bombardier Challenger 604 (registered D-AEOM) joined the fleet of Munich based operator MHS Aviation last week, bringing the total fleet size to 19 aircraft complemented by one AgustaWestland109.
With a stunning anthracite exterior and a state of the art interior finish, the 4th Challenger in MHS Aviation’s fleet embodies luxury travel complemented by 21st century flair. With a cabin width of 2.49m the CL604 provides plenty of space and comfort for long sectors travel, offering comfortable seating for up to 12 guests.
“We are extremely proud to have this gorgeous aircraft join our growing fleet. With our tailored offerings and boutique service we have been selected as the ideal operator by the owner,“ states Steffen Fries, CEO of MHS Aviation.
As an Aircraft Management Provider, MHS Aviation gives expert advice on purchasing and selling aircrafts and assume responsibility for flight operations and marketing.
The Bombardier Challenger 604 is the second major fleet addition of 2020, putting a new anthracite livery design into focus. This addition is the perfect supplement to the existing Heavy Jetfleet of Dassault Falcon 2000LX and Bombardier Challenger 604 ́s and can perform a wide range of missions for customers, boasting a perfect interplay of state of the art, comfort and zeitgeist. Earlier this year a Gulfstream G550 (registered OE-ICQ), a phenomenal new addition to the ultra-long-haul portfolio, marked the first step, reflecting the clear goal of MHS Aviation to strengthen the current positioning of MHS Aviation as a premium operator also in design.
The stunning G550 delivers a nonstop range of 6.750 nm and offers ultra-long range flights connecting city pairs as Shanghai to Los Angeles, New York to Dubai, and London to Tokyo. This Gulfstream G550 was an excellent addition to the MHS Aviation fleet, offering guests an impressive flight experience with four distinct living areas and seating for up to 18 passengers.