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ExecuJet adds managed European G550
ExecuJet Aviation Group is expanding its European managed and charter fleet with the addition of its first Gulfstream G550.
Read this story in our July 2015 printed issue.

ExecuJet Aviation Group is expanding its European managed and charter fleet with the addition of its first Gulfstream G550. Cavendish Trust, part of Abaris Fiduciary, signed a management contract with ExecuJet in Geneva on behalf of the owner. The aircraft joins the company's UK AOC and will be based between the Middle East and Europe.

Group aircraft operations director John Brutnell comments: “We are very excited to offer the G550 to our customers in Europe. The addition of this state-of-the-art aircraft follows a high level of interest in our managed and charter services in the region. We anticipate the G550 to be highly sought after due to its ultra long range and large cabin.”

Cavendish Trust md James Cunningham-Davis adds: “We selected ExecuJet as a truly worldwide service provider with a quality reputation. Now, following ExecuJet joining Luxaviation, we are pleased to be working with one of the world's largest business aviation operators.”

The G550 has a range of 6,750 nm at speeds of up to Mach 0.885. Its cabin can be configured with three or four seating areas and can accommodate up to 18 passengers. It represents the eighth addition to the ExecuJet fleet over the last 12 months.

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