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EAG offers desirable city pairs non-stop using managed XRS
Empire Aviation Group of Dubai (EAG) has inducted a third Global Express XRS into its managed fleet. The large cabin, ultra long range business jet will be operated on behalf of a private owner and will also be available for charter.

Empire Aviation Group of Dubai (EAG) has inducted a third Global Express XRS into its managed fleet. The large cabin, ultra long range business jet will be operated on behalf of a private owner and will also be available for charter.

The XRS is a pre-owned 13-seater aircraft with a range of 6,150 nm and a top speed of Mach 0.77.

“The Global XRS is an outstanding aircraft and adding it to our fleet demonstrates the strength of our global operations and charter capabilities,” says group executive director Paras Dhamecha. “It can operate from any of our bases around the world and is in high demand in the charter market because of its comfort and range. Especially desirable is its ability to connect important city pairs around the world non-stop.”

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