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ExecuJet is reporting growth of over 10% in its managed fleet in Europe with the addition of four large-cabin business jets and one helicopter, all scheduled to enter operation from October through to early 2016.
The new additions comprise a Bombardier Challenger 350, Bombardier Challenger 300, Gulfstream 650, Dassault Falcon 7X and an Agusta AW139 VIP.
Niclas von Planta, ExecuJet’s Vice President, Europe, says: “This is the eighth Dassault Falcon 7X to join our European managed fleet, showing the popularity of this long-range business jet in the region. We are delighted to be expanding at such a pace and it is always exciting to add new aircraft types to the fleet. This is the first Bombardier Challenger 350 in our European fleet and the second Challenger 300, offering charter clients a choice between these two popular, super-midsize jets.
“The Agusta AW139 VIP joins one other helicopter on our managed fleet in Europe and is ideally suited to VIP and corporate travel. Based in Denmark, with a spacious, quiet and comfortable cabin environment, we anticipate this aircraft will be in high demand.”
The new arrivals boost ExecuJet Europe's managed fleet to 55 aircraft, of which a large proportion is available for charter.