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Global Jet swells charter fleet with Falcon and Lineage
Swiss-based Global Jet has added two factory-new aircraft to its charter portfolio. The operator already has ten Falcons available but has now taken on a further 4,200 nm Falcon 900LX and a Lineage 1000.
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Swiss-based Global Jet has added two factory-new aircraft to its charter portfolio. The operator already has ten Falcons available but has now taken on a further 4,200 nm Falcon 900LX and a Lineage 1000. The 12-seat Falcon has full connectivity including wi-fi and Dassault says that it has lower fuel consumption and carbon emissions than its competitors. The spacious Lineage has a range of 4,400 nm, can accommodate up to 19 passengers, and has five distinct cabin zones.

“We are immensely proud of what we have achieved over the past few months and believe that the enrolment of the Lineage 1000 under management with charter availability is the best step for us to expand the EMEA market,” says VP of business development Bjorn Naberhuis. “With these two charter products we strengthen our position as a key player in the industry, and we now have over 30 aircraft available for charter.

“Our aircraft owners trust us with their most valuable assets, knowing that they will be looked after with the best of care and operated by our highly qualified crews.”

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