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Albinati takes first Falcon 7X and seventh Global
Maltese operator Albinati Aviation, a subsidiary of Switzerland's Albinati Aeronautics, has taken delivery of its seventh Global and its first Falcon 7X.
Read this story in our May 2017 printed issue.

Maltese operator Albinati Aviation, a subsidiary of Switzerland's Albinati Aeronautics, has taken delivery of its seventh Global and its first Falcon 7X.

The Global 6000 is a factory-new aircraft, based in Sheremetyevo airport in Moscow, Russia, while the Falcon 7X, a 2008-built aircraft, is based in Turin, Italy. Albinati recently opened a new office in Turin with the objective of acquiring clients from major industrial players.

The addition of the two jets to its managed fleet validates Albinati Aeronautics' decision to obtain a Maltese AOC at the end of 2014. Since then the company has been expanding; its aircraft are now based in eight cities in four countries: Switzerland, France, Italy and Russia. 

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