The San Marino AOC has been operational since 2 January 2018, and will operate under San Marino Civil Aviation Rules and the Luxaviation Group’s safety regulations.
ExecuJet, part of the Luxaviation Group, is expanding its managed fleet in Africa with the addition of a Bombardier Challenger 350, to be based in Nairobi, Kenya.
The jet has been registered on Luxaviation’s new San Marino aircraft register, and will be one of the first aircraft to be operated on the Luxaviation San Marino Air Operating Certificate (AOC). The Challenger 350 boasts capacity for up to 10 passengers and, with a range of 3,200nm, is capable of flying non-stop from Nairobi to Barcelona.
Gavin Kiggen, Vice President Africa, ExecuJet, says: “We are delighted to be bringing Bombardier’s premier midsize business jet to our customers in East Africa. This latest addition underlines the exciting growth in business aviation movements currently being seen in the region, and we are dedicated to supporting this encouraging trend with our expanded fleet.”
Robert Fisch, Managing Director at Luxaviation San Marino AOC, adds: “Our San Marino AOC is quickly becoming the go-to option for Luxaviation’s customers across the globe, with aircraft from Europe and the Middle East, and now East Africa, on our register. We look forward to introducing many more customers to the industry-leading safety and service standards maintained at our San Marino AOC in the near future.”
With the company’s acclaimed understanding of aircraft management, ExecuJet’s fleet benefits from an established global FBO network, which ensures customers receive the most competitive fuel, maintenance and service costs. Clients are also supported by ExecuJet’s award-winning MRO facilities, and the highest safety standards in the industry.