VistaJet prepares for China launch
VistaJet has transferred one of its Challenger 850s from its Austrian fleet to China.
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Challenger 850 msn 8107 / B-3376 is currently in Nantong, Jiangsu province, in advance of VistaJet beginning operations in the country later in July.
The company say they will transfer a second Challenger 850, currently registered OE-ILA, to the country later in the year.
“This is a tremendous accomplishment for VistaJet; we’ve worked for many months to be ready for the arrival of the first Chinese registered aircraft. It is with great enthusiasm that we welcome this Challenger 850 jet to China and officially start the countdown to offering flights within the country,” said Thomas Flohr, founder and chairman, VistaJet. “We are the first global aviation company to register large-cabin aircraft for operation in China. This is another market of exceptional potential for the company, where we firmly believe our customers will embrace VistaJet’s premium quality service and unparalleled reliability.”