Nomad Aviation adds to its managed fleet
Nomad Aviation has added a Gulfstream G650 and another Bombardier Global XRS to its aircraft management fleet.
The aircraft are managed solely on behalf of their owners and are not available for charter.
The Gulfstream G650 offers capacity of up to 19 passengers in day or 10 passengers in night configuration.
The Global XRS has a similar configuration as company’s Swiss registered Global 5000 which is available for charter. The charter aircraft offers 13 VIP seats in day or 3 single beds and 2 king-size beds in night configuration. It can fly nonstop in excess of 4’700nm / 8’700km, covering flights from Moscow to Mauritius or from Frankfurt to Windhoek, Namibia.
“Both the Gulfstream G650 and the Global XRS are outstanding and exciting aircraft which provide the ultimate long range capabilities.“
Heinz Koehli, executive chairman and CEO of Nomad Aviation said: “Both the Gulfstream G650 and the Global XRS are outstanding and exciting aircraft which provide the ultimate long range capabilities.“
“For customers important are availability, safety and confidentiality, flexibility and travelling possibilities. We are adding the latest technology Gulfstream G650 to our fleet,” added Andreas Pfisterer, senior vice president, aircraft management and accountable manager of Nomad Aviation.
Nomad Aviation, based in Switzerland, offers aircraft management and charter services. It operates a fleet of aircraft, ranging from light to ultra-long-range jets including Gulfstream 650, Bombardier Global 5000, Global XRS, Challenger 604, Embraer Legacy 600, Cessna CJ1+ and Beech Premier 1. Nomad Aviation has offices in Zurich/Kloten, Switzerland and Sliema, Malta.