“Naturally an aircraft with such a classy registration has a stunning interior to match,” the company says. It has six wide ivory leather seats and a modern galley area as well as a state-of-the-art bathroom and a baggage compartment said to be the largest possible for this size of aircraft which is ideal for golf and skiing equipment.
The arrival joins a Legacy 600 and a CJ3 and is fully available for charter. Vibro-Air anticipates this new aircraft will be very popular as there is only one other Phenom 300 operating in Germany, and will be in demand by the businesses and corporations in the North Rhine Westphalia region.
Ammr Shaladi, joint ceo, says: “This is such a great aircraft, we are very happy to welcome this new jet to our fleet. Vibro-Air is committed to doing good things, even better, at all times, this new aircraft underlines our commitment to this policy. We have had many enquiries for an aircraft of this specification and anticipate that it is going to be an extremely sought-after aircraft.”
Founded in 1987 as part of Allkauf-Flugdienst, Vibro-Air is driven by chief executives Shaladi, Michael and Klaus Viehof. The company has a staff of 15 and is part of the Vibro holding company owned by the Viehof family business. Apart from the Phenom 300, it operates one Legacy 600 and a CJ3 for worldwide private chartering.