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Luxaviation fleet offers options for every type of customer
Luxaviation Group is placing its 250-strong fleet strategically in expanding and emerging markets, where demand for business aviation is on the rise.
Read this story in our June 2016 printed issue.

Luxaviation Group is placing its 250-strong fleet strategically in expanding and emerging markets, where demand for business aviation is on the rise. Its roster ranges from the Citation Mustang up to Gulfstream 650s and a Boeing 737-600 airliner. ExecuJet's helicopter charter in the UK and Africa adds further options for travellers, who use them to reach hotels, sporting arenas and remote locations.

The operator also offers 19 Global Express, 15 Falcon 7X, 12 Global 5000s and 10 Global 6000s. In the slightly lower range category it has 14 Falcon 2000s and 13 Legacy 600 and 650 aircraft, thanks to the assets of Luxaviation UK (formerly LEA).

Says CEO Patrick Hansen (pictured on the front cover with the executive team): “We are pleased to have reached this impressive number of aircraft within our fleet. Operating a large fleet has achieved important efficiencies and improvements which ultimately strengthen our service offering to customers. Along with operational excellence, the size of our fleet brings together a class-leading team of aviation professionals with more than 100 years of industry experience. “More aircraft means more flexibility and enhanced service so we can confidently meet customer wishes. The breadth of aircraft type translates to a greater global reach, flying our customers closer to where they need to be and maximising private air travel as a time-saving tool. These sorts of advantages will remain a cornerstone of our business success and we will continue to expand our fleet to ensure our customers can rely on us.”