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Challenger expands Nomad’s capacity
Nomad Aviation of Berne, Switzerland, has added a third Challenger 604 to its vip and executive charter fleet.

Nomad Aviation of Berne, Switzerland, has added a third Challenger 604 to its vip and executive charter fleet.

The aircraft is included on the company's AOC for worldwide operation and started commercial charter services on August 12th with a flight from Moscow Vnukovo to Western Europe.

All three Nomad Challengers offer the same high standard cabin and level of quality and service. The interior features 12 vip seats in day configuration, or three single beds and one king-size bed in night configuration.

"The additional aircraft provides Nomad Aviation's customers even more availability, flexibility and possibilities, resulting also in more flexible and attractive pricing, from which our valued customers profit," says joint principal Claude Neumeyer. "Furthermore, our aircraft are now impressively well located to serve customers in Eastern as well as in Western Europe, namely in Moscow, St Petersburg, London, Paris, Nice, Zurich, Geneva, Basel and Berne."

The company's fleet of eleven jets also includes a Legacy 600, Gulfstream G450, two Gulfstream G200s, one Cessna Citation X, two Cessna CJ1+ and one Cessna CJ3.

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